The Attorney General’s Office says, a delegation has been dispatched to conduct an assessment from a technical and legal perspective, into Aino Mina Township in eastern Kandahar province of Afghanistan, following a presidential decree.
Based on President Ashraf Ghani’s decree which was issued on October 12, the Attorney General’s Office has been assigned to assess the township within 45 days.
“A delegation has been sent to Kandahar since a month to probe the issue,” said Jamshid Rasooli, Spokesman for the Attorney General’s Office.
The Aino Mina township has been built by Former President Hamid Karzai’s brother Mahmud Karzai.
Mahmud Karzai said that the township has no legal issue and the issue shouldn’t be politicized.
The township is considered as leading example of reconstruction and development in Kandahar province. Its construction work has begun about a decade ago and millions of dollars, it said to be spent on the project.
Moreover, the assessment on the township has been conducted on number of occasions, particularly, in 2009 and 2014 which were referenced as to put pressure on Former President Hamid Karzai. However, its outcomes were not revealed later.