Afghan national police forces surrounded the house of Akhtar M. Ibrahimkhel’s house on Saturday after the armed robbers who stole from a carpet shop in Mazar-e Sharif entered his house.


Afghan national police forces surrounded the house of Akhtar M. Ibrahimkhel’s house on Saturday after the armed robbers who stole from a carpet shop in Mazar-e Sharif entered his house.

According to sources, the director of Mahaz Milli party Akhtar M. IbrahimKhel’s son was leading the robber group.
Deputy police chief Abdul Razaq Qaderi told media outlets that Ibrahimkhel’s son was involved in stealing of $15000 and 1.4 million Afghanis from a money changer’s shop and must be handed over to the police forces.
According to Mr Qaderi, Ibrahimkhel’s house will be under siege by the security forces until he hands over the charged robbers to the law.

On the other hand, Ibrahimkhel, who is the director of Mahaz Milli party and a former Jihadi commander rejected the accusations, supporting the armed robbers.
Yet, the police forces could not arrest the robber after the elapse of 48 hours.
Mr. Ebrahimkhel’s sons have been charged with assault, abduction and armed robbery, but have not yet been prosecuted.


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