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President Karzai Orders To Probe Ashura Day Suicide Bombing

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Monday, December 12, 2011
Kabul (BNA) President Karzai issued an order for assigning an assessment team led by the attorney general of the Islamic
Republic of Afghanistan to evaluate the suicide attack on Ashura Day in Kabul. 
The tenth of Muhraram the day of martyrdom of Hazrate Imam Hussain (PBUH) the grandson of Hazrate Mohammad (PBUH) is annually marked through mourning celebrations by the pious Muslim nation of Afghanistan in a manner of Islamic fraternity and unity and with the spirit of peace among the tribes in a view of struggling against cruelly and oppression throughout the country. 
The enemies of peace and calmness of the people of Afghanistan in follow up of their unforgivable crimes against the innocent Muslim people of the country, once again in this holy day stained their dirty hands with the blood of innocent pious countrymen including the men and women and children, and martyred and wounded tens of our mourners. 
In order to assess and carry on initial investigations on this tragic incident, I approve assignment of the following delegation:

1.  Mohammad Ishaq Aleko, the attorney general of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan as chairman,
2. General Abdul Majid Khwary authorized representative of national defense ministry as member,
3. Abdul zahir authorized representative of interior ministry as member,
4. General Mohammad Nabi Ayani authorized representative of the administration affairs and council of ministers secretariat as member,
5. Colonel Ali Ahmad authorized representative of the national security department as member. The delegation is assigned to investigate and assess this tragic incident, verify its factors and its perpetrators, arrest and pursue them legally. The delegation should present the result of its investigations in three weeks to the presidential office.
 

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