Zamari Paikan, an Afghan National Civil Order Police commander at the Ministry of Interior, has been sentenced to three years in prison, the Attorney General office has stated.
The Attorney General office said in a released statement on Tuesday, that Zmarai Paikan, former Afghan National Civil Order Police commander, was charged with abuse of the office by the appellate court of the Anti-Corruption Justice Center, he has been convicted of serious corruption offenses.
According to the accusation the former Afghan National Civil Order Police commander is prosecuted for “illegally” determining his son’s position and providing him with military personnel and equipment.
In a 2017 trial at his absence, Paikan was sentenced to eight years in prison by a primary court, the statement reads.
Security forces caught and arrested Paikan in August this year.