Kabul Municipality has spent millions of dollars on infrastructural projects that have failed to bring any respite to people, and Kote e Sangi bridge is a prime example of how mismanagement can spoil spoilsport
New roads and highways, glitzy malls and shopping centers, residential colonies and townships have given a major facelift to Kabul city and reflect positive changes happening across the country. Kabul, one of the most populated cities where people from all provinces come in search of work, has seen tremendous developments over the past one decade. Many local and foreign investors have splurged money and reaped rich dividends.
However, not everything is hunky dory as challenges persist on multiple fronts. In a capital city where millions work for living, standard roads and access to public transportation are considered basic needs. But, owing to large-scale corruption and embezzlement of public money, many major development projects have failed to kick off. The corruption and nepotism in Kabul Municipality has blocked many infrastructural projects.

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