Original title: Streets of Kabul, Afghanistan, flea market, unemployed people selling furniture to make money
Overseas Network, September 17th. According to Afghan Dawn TV on the 16th, a road leading to the park in the Afghan capital Kabul was filled with sofas, carpets, TVs and other furniture and home appliances. People who were unemployed due to the political turmoil in Afghanistan sold items. To make ends meet.
A former Afghan government police officer said that he had been selling goods in the market to supplement his family for the past 10 days. The previous government’s wages had not been paid and he was now in a state of unemployment. He could only sell goods on the streets. Another stall owner on the street said that he was originally an electrical engineer and his son graduated from the Geological College, but they are now unemployed.
According to the report, the stall owners at the flea market all said they were selling goods at a low price, and furniture worth 20,000 ani (Afghanistan currency) was often sold for 10,000 ani. An interviewee said, “I need to exchange money to buy food for my children.” (Wang Xiaoyu, Overseas Net)