Dostum aide arrested in Iran

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Nizamuddin Qaisari was one of the notorious commanders in the northern Balkh province of Afghanistan where he was leading the anti-government uprising….reports Asian Lite News

 Iran’s Ministry of Interior Affairs announced that Nizamuddin Qaisari, a former militia commander and aide of Abdul Rashid Dostum, accused of fabricating documents, has been arrested, Khaama Press reported.

Head of the residents and refugees of Iran’s Interior Ministry Mehdi Mahmoodi said that Qaisari had come to Iran illegally and was making fake documents for Afghans.

Mahmoodi said that Nizamuddin Qaisari had three different offices in Tehran and Karaj city where he would fabricate documents for Afghan refugees, the report said.

Qaisari would reportedly charge people large amounts of money for providing them with fabricating documents, the report added.

Nizamuddin Qaisari was arrested days after the Taliban took over Afghanistan on August 15 who was then released and went to Iran.

Qaisari was one of the notorious commanders in the northern Balkh province of Afghanistan where he was leading the anti-government uprising.

Previous Afghan governments had conducted several operations to arrest him but had failed, the report said.

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