Khatera Sadat Sentenced To Over 4 Years In Prison

Kabul: The former Deputy Minister of the Ministry Urban Development and Lands, Khatera Sadat has been sentenced to four years and eight months in prison for embezzlement and forgery in some remittances by the primary court of the Anti-Corruption Justice Center.

The initial trial of Khatera Sadat and her accomplices was held on Saturday.

According to the Supreme Court, Mohammad Nasser, a finance and accounting expert at the Ministry of Urban Development; Zabihullah, a senior financial officer; Fakhreddin, the director of the regular budget; Hafizullah, a member of the Ministry of Urban Development; and Azimuddin, the director general of the Ministry of Urban Development, were charged with complicity in embezzlement. They have also been tried for fraudulent remittances.

The court sentenced each of the three defendants, Khaterz Sadat, Mohammad Nasser and Zabihullah, to four years and eight months in prison.
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According to the court ruling, Fakhreddin was sentenced to three years and six months in prison and Azimuddin to one year and two months in prison.

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