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Cablegate: Leahy Vetting Request: Anp Rank Reform Phase Iii Tier Two,

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P 030225Z JUL 07
FM AMEMBASSY KABUL
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 8937

UNCLAS KABUL 002109

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TAGS: PHUM SNAR PINR PTER AF
SUBJECT: LEAHY VETTING REQUEST: ANP RANK REFORM PHASE III TIER TWO,
PART ONE OF THREE

1. This is an action request; please see paragraph 2.

2. In order to comply with Leahy vetting requirements, this cable
forwards the names and biodata of 16 Afghan National Police field
grade officers selected for Ministry of Interior Headquarters
positions as part of the Phase III Tier Two of ANP Rank Reform. When
there are individuals with one name: Post has made a good faith
effort to ensure that the individuals with one name actually only
have one name. This is the first list in a series of three cables.

3. Post will inform Department immediately of any derogatory
information found by Embassy or UNAMA during in-country vetting.
Derogatory information regarding these individuals will be entered
into ACES. Given the high importance of the ANP Rank Reform process,
post requests Department's vetting and response at the earliest
feasible date. Post appreciates Department's strong support for this
aspect of the ANP Rank Reform process.

4. Following is the biodata for the 16 ANP officers:

1. Name: Mohammad Yaqoob
Father's Name: Mohd. Amin
Grandfather's Name: Mohd. Sarief
Age: 1964
RANK: Major
Ethnicity: Tajek
Job Selected For: professional member

2. Name: Abdul Malik
Father's Name: Aji Mohd
Grandfather's Name: Mohd. Ayoob
Age: 1963
RANK: Lieutenant Colonel
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Job Selected For: deputy directorate

3. Name: Ghullam Dastagir
Father's Name: Ghullam Ali
Grandfather's Name: Qurban Ali
Age: 1967
RANK: Major
Ethnicity: Tajek
Job Selected For: deputy directorate

4. Name: Mohammad Khan
Father's Name: Saifullah
Grandfather's Name: Shirin
Age: 1952
RANK: Lieutenant Colonel
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Job Selected For: Deputy Directorate

5. Name: Mir Fakhrudeen
Father's Name: Mir Jamaludeen
Grandfather's Name: Mir Serajudeen
Age: 1964
RANK: Lieutenant Colonel
Ethnicity: Tajik
Job Selected For: Personnel Officer

6. Name: Mohammad Aman
Father's Name: Abdul Qahar
Grandfather's Name: Abdul Jabar
Age: 1964
RANK: Major
Ethnicity: Tajik
Job Selected For: Communication Officer

7. Name: Ghulam Sakhi
Father's Name: Amir Muhammad
Grandfather's Name: Almas
Age: 1966
RANK: Major
Ethnicity: Tajik
Job Selected For: Cipher Officer

8. Name: Sayed Mukhtar
Father's Name: Mohammad Karim
Grandfather's Name: Mohammad Rasool
Age: 1967
RANK: Major
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Job Selected For: Acquisition Officer

9. Name: Malang
Father's Name: Baroo Khan
Grandfather's Name: Reydi Gul
Age: 1965
RANK: Major
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Job Selected For: Southern Yeast Zone S2 Officer


10. Name: Ziadullah
Father's Name: M Nadir
Grandfather's Name: Kheda Dad
Age: 1966
RANK: Major
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Job Selected For: Insurgent Centers and Finance Resources,
Investigation Officer

11. Name: Shir Mohammad
Father's Name: Noor Muhammad
Grandfather's Name: Shehab-u-deen
Age: 1964
RANK: Major
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Job Selected For: Alqahid Traking Officer

12. Name: Mohammad Hamid
Father's Name: Abdul Zahir
Grandfather's Name: Ata Mohd
Age: 1958
RANK: Colonel
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Job Selected For: Interpol office

13. Name: Ghulam siddique
Father's Name: Juma Khan
Grandfather's Name: N/A
Age: 1966
RANK: Lieutenant Colonel
Ethnicity: Tajik
Job Selected For: Heavy crimes Director

14. Name: Merajuddin
Father's Name: Ghulam Mohi uddin
Grandfather's Name: Mohi uddin
Age: 1964
RANK: Major
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Job Selected For: Director of Youth crimes

15. Name: Ghulam Sanayi
Father's Name: Abdul Wudood
Grandfather's Name: Sahib jan
Age: 1963
RANK: Colonel
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Job Selected For: Central tasks Director

16. Name: Abdul Rahman
Father's Name: Aziz
Grandfather's Name: Ghulam Sarwar
Age: 1962
RANK: Major
Ethnicity: Pashtun
Job Selected For: Budgeting Officer

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