Ishchi in an interview with Ariananews has said that all international institutions including United states are supporting from the comprehensive review of this case.
“There has not been any agreement and I demand justice. I will refer to the international court if my case would not seriously reviewed,” said Ahmad Ishchi, former governor of Jawzjan.
Source close to the first vice president, Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum refused to have an interview with Ariananews, but they say Dostum’s military convoy arrived in Kabul and he will be declare his remarks in the nearest time.
“The United States and European Union is here to help Afghanistan to implement democracy not to let anyone violate the law,” Ishchi added.
The former governor has accused Afghan First Vice President General Abdul Rashid Dostum of ordering his rape with an assault rifle and other forms of torture after he was abducted by Dostum and gunmen loyal to the ex-warlord.
The allegations follow reports last month, denied by Dostum, that former Jowzjan Governor Ahmad Ishchi had been attacked by Dostum’s men and held hostage.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has promised a “full investigation.”