The former Afghan intelligence chief, Rahmatullah Nabil was denied permission to leave the country, the political organization “Axis of Afghanistan People” said on Sunday.
The Axis of Afghanistan People in a press release said putting Mr. Nabil on the no-fly list is an illegal action by the government.
According to the press release, Mr. Nabil banned from traveling aboard following his disclosures in connection with the intervention of Pakistan’s intelligence services in Afghanistan affairs and disclosing the systematic activities of the current government leadership during the presidential election.
Previously, Nabil claimed that printing equipment for fake ballot papers were found in houses around Wazir Akbar Khan area in Kabul, during the run up to the 2014 elections.
He claimed the machines were found in the houses of high-ranking officials who are today part of the National Unity Government (NUG).
Mr. Nabil barring comes as he is now outside the country.
“Engineer Nabil will soon return to the country to continue his political struggle. This action of the National Unity Government is it’s another step toward violating the right and freedom of an Afghan citizen,” the press release reads.
The Axis of Afghanistan People claimed that the government is seeking to create “horror” among the civil activists and opposition leaders.
The Presidential Palace refused to comment regarding the issue but noted that the Attorney General will announce its position against this issue.