Khaama Press, January 20, 2016
Six million Afghanis missing from the Education Directorate of Daikundi
A similar incident took place in eastern Nangarhar province about a year ago where salaries of instructors were snatched on way
A school in Badakhshan province, where children sit on the ground or rocks to study. (Photo: RAWA.org)
Six million Afghanis have gone missing from the Education Directorate of central Daikundi province.
Clerk of the Education Directorate had reportedly withdrawn six million Afghanis from the bank a few days before who has been missing since then.
Sayed Mustafa Musawi, Finance Manager at the Education Directorate says that the clerk’s cell phone is also not working.
Meanwhile, Governor of Daikundi province has said that security agencies are looking into the incident.
According to Masuma Muradi, those responsible for the theft would be arrested sooner and the issue would be resolved.
A similar incident took place in eastern Nangarhar province about a year ago where salaries of instructors were snatched on way.
Several officials of Nangarhar University were then arrested on suspicion and sent to jail.
Although, security agencies have not yet concluded their investigation into Daikundi’s incident but it is possible that other officials of the Education Directorate are also involved into the theft.
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