The picture of Afghanistan is changing after a series of bombings in schools, the killing of children in a suicide attack in a wrestling club, the simultaneous death of several athletes, and the bombing of women with innocent children. Minorities, vulnerable and oppressed people who are often targeted by terrorists are standing up for their safety. Armed private armies are being prepared everywhere, not just by relying on the government.
The minority Hazara community has been the target of most terrorists. Now, this community too has started relying on its strength more than the Afghan army. Hazara community leader Zulfikar Omid at a place in the central region of Afghanistan The Hazara community has been victims of Taliban and IS in many places. The government did nothing, now it is enough. He told that an armed group of eight hundred people has stood up here for the safety of the people.