Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Reporter: Mohammad Din Agharkhail

Ministry of Education officials is reporting on suspending duties of the seven members of the Ministry of Education supervision department due to misuse of their competencies.

The Ministry of Education has published a newsletter: “At least seven members of the Educational Supervision Department of Education Departments in the provinces of Kabul, Badakhshan, Nangarhar, and Kunar have been suspended due to the use of their mandate. The memorandum also states: “During the performance of their duties (monitoring and evaluation), these employees paid bribes to professors in exchange for submitting a positive report and threatened to dismiss a number of teachers for resisting their illegitimate demands. They were.

The newsletter insists that the case is currently being investigated by the internal audit department of the Ministry of Education and will be referred to the judicial and judicial authorities if necessary.

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