LH OK’s Afghan -Indo Criminals’ Expulsion Treaty
The lower house of parliament on Saturday approved the treaty that facilitates the ground for exchange of wanted criminals between Afghanistan and India. India and Afghanistan’s foreign ministers inked an extradition treaty to facilitate exchange of
wanted terrorists and criminals on Sep. 14, 2016 in Delhi, Abdul Qayoum Sajad, a member of the house’s international relations committees said. He said the pact was shared with the lower house for voting today. He said the pact was written in 22 articles and aimed at putting an end to all sponsorship of terrorists including those who target the two countries (Afghanistan and India.) Sajad said the document was earlier submitted to various committees of the lower house for review.
But central auditing and public accounts committee had rejected the treaty. The Wolesi Jirga members set ballot boxes for approval of the treaty following overall discussion on it. Finally, the agreement was approved by lawmakers today while securing 138 votes.
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