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Probe into Massoud killing to prevent serial murders: Wali

Probe into Massoud killing to prevent serial murders: Wali

Sep 09, 2015 - 18:26

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): Ahmad Shah Massoud Foundation chief Ahmad Wali Massoud on Wednesday renewed his call for the government to investigate the assassination of the national hero to prevent “the chain murders” in future.

Ahmad Shah Massoud was assassinated by two Arabs posing as journalists on Sept 9, 2001, two days before the 9/11 incident, in northern Takhar province .

Ahmad Wali Massoud, who was speaking at the 14th death anniversary of his brother in Kabul, once again urged the national unity government to investigate his murder and find the perpetrators behind the assassination plot.

Wali had previously said the assassination of his brother should be investigated on national and international levels in order to reveal on the Afghans that who were their actual enemies.

He had said their demand was not aimed at seeking revenge. He had demanded the creation of a commission that could investigate various aspects of the murder of Ahmad Shah Massoud inside and outside of the country with the help of international organisations.

At today’s gathering, Wali welcomed all the guests attending the death anniversary of Massoud and renewed his call for the unity government to investigate the murder of his brother.



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