Two Suspects Were Trialed for Embezzlement of 845,000 US$
The public hearing of three of the suspects in the case of embezzlement, hypocrisy, and fabrication in the Islamic Bank of Afghanistan was held on Wednesday, 26th of June 2019 at the Anti-Corruption Justice Center (ACJC).
The prosecutor in charge of the case, after completing the investigation and preparing the lawsuit, referred the case to the court. The prosecutors demanded the use of Articles 392, 437, 725 and 714, and observing the Articles 73, 59 and 14 of the Penalty Code.
In this hearing, Mohammad Elyas son of Abdul Qaher, an employee of the Islamic Bank of Afghanistan, Mohammad Mosa son of Mohammad Ali, the employee of Khawarian Company and Baryalai son of Mohammad Hassan a guard of one of the construction company, were trialed.
The Judicial Panel of this hearing ordered for the release of Mohammad Elyas, in accordance with Article 25 of the “Afghan Constitution”, Article 5 of the Code of Penalty, and Article 5 of the Criminal Procedure Code, because of lack of proving and evidence and sentenced Mohammad Mosa for the charges of cooperating in hypocrisy in accordance with Article 439 and Article 59 of the Penalty Code for six months imprisonment and also sentenced Baryalai in accordance with Article 73 of the Penalty Code for one year and six months imprisonment.
Based on the decision of the Judicial Court, the following people are under prosecution: Mohammad Sharif and Zamir Ahamd, employees of the Etisalat Company, Wahidullah and Sayad Sulaiman the mobile sellers, the agent of the Chatgar region of Kabul city and those employees of Islamic Bank of Afghanistan who had opened an account for the Norullah.