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there's a new sheriff in town in Afghanistan his name is co shall set debt and it just thirty four he's the country's new police chief and that means he's got one of the hardest jobs in Afghanistan said that has spent his whole adult life fighting the Taliban as a special forces officer but now the militants a resurgence , despite recent hopes peace talks between the Taliban and western backed government may not be far off they lead a pledge just days ago to keep fighting until the Taliban's objectives have been reached those words were underscored by violence in the capital Kabul on Friday with the Taliban claiming responsibility for a car bomb that wounded four American troops but the new chief says if the Taliban aren't ready for a ceasefire then his troops a ready for them we're just getting warmed up and now we we were not even we're not even are fighting %HESITATION and a full fighting capacity yet as I was as I see it my message the Taliban is there's a wave coming in front of you you either stand in front of it , in the what's expected of Afghan people expected me is to drop you arms and come in a peaceful and honorable way , television violence would be the only being challenged the said that you'll have to root out corruption and abuse from within Afghanistan's one hundred eighty thousand strong police force they paid peanuts and often badly trained and they regularly subjected to interference from local warlords corrupt politicians they include the uniformed Afghan national police as well as local police relations and they generally used more as paramilitary troops then for Lauren Forsman Sadat admits it's a mess but he says if it's to remove corrupt officials a well underway he's fired thirty regional command is six year arrived a number of senior leaders %HESITATION as well as juniors have been arrested and the , they're being investigated will be prosecuted %HESITATION for their for their actions so we will we no longer want to tolerate our front frontline troops are not being given %HESITATION what they deserve the support that they deserve the challenge is immense and there's little time to lose beyond the uncertainty of peace talks the country's got presidential elections this full of art that's being delayed twice already the concerns of fraud and fees of militant violence