Two Afghan officials will be severely prosecuted for adultery in India
Reporter: Follad Ahangaran
Some Indian journalists say that after the arrest of two Afghan officials on charges of “recruiting sex workers” in the city of Goa in India, the case of these two officials is not particularly aware of the scandal of this two official news. These journalists believe that according to Indian law, these people may face a serious legal encounter. Ajmal Hudman, a legal advisor for the presidential palace, and also telecommunication and information Ministry’s Interior Inspection Director Mohammad Omar Arian, were arrested a few days ago when Goa Police launched a raid operation.
Meanwhile, the Times of India newspaper has reported that two Uzbek laborers were released in this operation. The police inspector, who has arrested the two Afghan officials, says: ” The two accused from Afghanistan have been arrested under sections 370 (prostitution), 370(iii) of the Indian Penal Code and Sections 4, 5 and 7 of the Immoral Traffic Prevention Act, 1956.”
Meanwhile, Rohullah Sakhizadah, a defense lawyer for the two Afghan officials, said: “At the moment what can I say is that, when these two citizens have traveled to India and if they have diplomatic passports, then the cases of these people will be different? But if they come to India using a personal passport, Indian laws will be applied to them in a different way. ”
Reports suggest that police have been able to capture these two officials seriously in adultery with two Uzbek women, while a person who has brought these sex workers to two Afghan government officials is able to escape from the police.