Friday, September 29, 2023

Afghan attorney to investigate beating of police officer by army chief’s son

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Afghan Police OfficerThe Afghan Attorney General office on Thursday issued a warrant to investigate the alleged beating of an Afghan police officer by Afghan army chief of staff’s son.

A spokesman for the Attorney General said the police officer will also be investigated for the incident.

The warrant was recently issued by the Attorney General office which instructs the military attorney to investigate Sher Mohammad Karimi’s son and the Afghan police officer for the incident.

Attorney General spokesman Basir Azizi said the warrant was issued after reportes circulated regarding the beating of the police officer by Sher Mohammad Karimi’s son and 18 Afghan army officers in Pul-e-Mohammad Khan area.

The police officer had earlier told reporters, “We were instructed today not to allow any vehicle inside the security belt without proper inspection. It was 6pm when Afghan army chief of staff, Sher Mohammad Karimi’s son entered the security built with a Toyota Corolla vehicle.”

He said, “We requested him to stop the vehicle and allow police to inspect his vehicle but he said that the whole city knows him.”

According to the police officer, Gen. Sher Mohammad Karimi’s son called the ministry of defense following verbal clashes and two army vehicles arrived to the scene to support him.

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