The arrest of two Afghan officials in charge of adultery in India
Correspondent: Maiwand Nawabi
Indian media have reported that Goa police have been able to arrest two top Afghan government officials for real-time adultery in this city. Indian media have reported that these two Afghan officials, are named as Mohammad Omar Arian, 28, who is the head of the Afghan Ministry of Telecommunications and Technology’s internal audit, and Ajmal Hudman, a legal advisor to President Ghani, and these two officials were found guilty for the charges of adultery and prostitution in Goa city.
According to Indian media, these two Afghan officials were arrested by the Indian police in Goa when they went to have a site seeing in the city, but were actually arrested during the adultery of two foreign women in Goa city. The government has not yet voiced their views on this issue until now.