Afghan deputy attorney general pursues central bank governor


The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday reported that the Afghan deputy attorney general, Rahmatullah Nazari, has contacted Interpol and the US Embassy and issued an international arrest warrant for the country's central bank governor, Abdul Qadeer Fitrat.

Fitrat eariler resigned from his post and left the country, citing concerns for his safety.

Speaking from the United States, the governor was reported to have said his life was in danger for investigating the large-scale fraud uncovered at Kabul

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