Afghan police forces arrested at least four people including son of Khwaja Mohammad Nabi, former Afghan Afghan warlord in northern Afghanistan in connection to an incident that result in deaths of three civilians during Nawroz — New Year celeberation, the officials said.
At least three others were also injured the gunfire during Nawroz celebrations, the officials added.
Provincial governor for northern Parwan province of Afghanistan Abdul Basir Salangi confirming the report said, “At least four suspected individuals including Ferdaw — son of Khwaja Nabi, former Afghan warlord have been arrested in connection to the incdient.”
Mr. Salangi urgig the National Security Council of Afghanistan to strictly follow the incident said, “The cases of the four individuals including the son of the influential warlord will be sent to Attorney General tomorrow.”
According to reports that incident took place between Afghan police forces and Ferdaws while the security forces were looking to search his vehicle. A number of security guards of a lawmaker, Mir Rahman Rahmani were also involved in the clashes that led to civilians casualties.
In the meantime provincial council officials for Parwan province also accused Ferdaws for creating problems to local residents in this province.
Abdul Basir Salangi expressing doubts regarding the capabilities of Afghan security forces to take action against Ferdaws said people are still concerned that police and judiciary institutions will remain helpless to take actions against him.
Deputy provincial council chief Abdul Zahir Salangi also said, “Son of former Afghan warlord Khawajah Nabi is involved in major cases including murder of ordinary people, and the people of Parwan province are expecting strict actions against him which has not happened so far.”