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VIP Guard Killed In Clash Between Ghani Advisor

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    Posted: 05-Mar-2017 at 3:08pm

VIP Guard Killed In Clash Between Ghani Advisor And His Relatives 

Police: “A man named Homaion Shinwari was here with 60 of his armed men. We have arrested him and will arrest his men also.”

A Very Important Persons’ (VIP) guard was killed and three others wounded in a clash between Homaion Shinwari, an adviser to President Ashraf Ghani, and close relatives
 
The incident happened in Jalalabad city of Nangarhar province on Friday evening.
 
In Jalalabad PD3 Sebghatullah Mujaddadi’s family members first argued about land. The argument then turned violent and that both sides fired on each other for half an hour.
 
Homaion Shinwari has claimed he is an adviser to president Ghani. Nangarhar police department said president’s advisor was arrested after the clash.
 
“A man named Homaion Shinwari was here with 60 of his armed men. We have arrested him and will arrest his men also,” said Jamil Totundaraee, security chief of Nangarhar province.
 
The Provincial council sharply criticized police forces for not intervening in the clash. They said the police did nothing to stop the violence.
 
“Our question to government is why these kinds of men open fire? Where do they had come from, how did they escape and where have they gone. Until now no one has been arrested that government should respond it,” said Nasir Kamawal, a member of the council.
 
“They come riding Rangers, opened fire and then escaped. We repeatedly urged central and local officials, and especially urged the governor, to arrest such men and bring them to justice,” said Ajmal Omar, a member of the council.
 
Nangarhar provincial council and the Nangarhar people have called on the government to bring to justice the people behind the violence.
 
They warned if government did impose the law on powerful men, violence in the country would increase.

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