Case Involving Embezzlement of 600m AFG From Police Food Contracts Dispatched to AGO

The Ministry of Interior announced that the case involving the embezzlement of 600 million Afghani from police food contracts has been sent to the Attorney General’s office.

Nasrat Rahimi spokesman of Ministry of Interior said on Saturday that, the case involving the embezzlement of 600 million Afghani from police food contracts sent to the Attorney General’s office on Tuesday June 11.

He reported the arrest of 23 employees of logistic and finance departments of the ministry and in charge of a private company in connection case involving the embezzlement of 600 million Afghani from police food contracts.

Meanwhile, 23 employees of the Logistics and Finance Departments of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Haji Reza, in charge of a private company (Shuja Ab Dara and Hamid Company) were arrested on May 29 in connection with the case involving the embezzlement of 600 million Afghani from police food contracts has been sent to the Attorney General’s office.

The Deputy Interior Ministry for Support and General Directors of logistics and finance of the ministry were banned from leaving the country.

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