Afghan Biographies

Amarkhel, Aminullah Amarkhil MajGen


Name Amarkhel, Aminullah Amarkhil MajGen
Ethnic backgr. Pashtun
Date of birth 1963
Function/Grade Provincial Police Commander Ghazni
History and Biodata

1. Former Provincial Police Commanders Ghazni ANP:
Abdul Rahman Sarjang ( 200605),
Tafsir Khan Shinwari Khogyani (200606),
Liqa Andrabi (200706),
Brig Gen Abdul Ghafar Sapi (2006)
Brig Gen Ali Shah Ahmadzai Alisha Ahmadzai (20070821),
Colonel Muhammad Zaman (20090306),
Brig. Gen. Khial Khyal Khyalbaz Khayal Baz Shairzai (20091105 - 20100800),
Brig. Zarawar Zorawar Khan Zahid (20100817, 20121228 -20131004, 20140225),
Maj Gen Mohammad Hakim Angar (20150518-20151012)
Maj Gen Aminullah Amarhkhil (20151013, 20160327-20160830 resigned, but still in office 20170517)

Deputy police chief:
Abdul Rahman Shahidani (20100306),
Col Ghani Khan (20100319),
Col Mohammad Hussain Adil, killed with his two bodyguards in bomb attack in Zana Khan district 20130428. He is the most senior police officer to be killed in a Taliban attack in the province this year (2013).
Col. Assadullah Safi Asadullah Insafi Asadullah Ensafi, deputy police chief of Ghazni province (20140319, 20140926, 20150331, 20150508)
Deputy provincial police chief Asadullah Shujae (20151106, 20170415)

Ghazni Province Crime branch chief:
Col. Allah Nazar Ziaee (20100113, 20110912),


2. Previous Functions:
Customs Official (20061000)
Commander 1st Zone Border Police Eastern Border Police Zone (20100000 - 20120108 )
Military Expert and Analyst (20120200, 20120418)
Provincial Police Commander Baghlan (20131124-20150600)
Provincial Police Commander Ghazni (20151013, 20160327-20160830 resigened but still in office 20170517)

3. Biodata:
Amarhkhil_AminullahMajor General Aminullah Amarkhel Amerkhail Amarkhail Amerkhil was born 1963. He was the Afghan border police commander 1st Zone Border Police (head of border police in eastern Afghanistan), based in Nangahar Province. He stood as a Candidate in Wolesi Jirga election 2010 for Kabul Province. After investigation by the ECC and/or PECCs, it was decided that he had indeed not resigned his state posts before registering and so he was disqualified (20100908). Until October 2006, Amarkhil spent 18 months as the customs chief at Kabul International Airport was, responsible for halting the flow of drugs through Afghanistan's main airport. He was seeking asylum in London, claiming his life is in danger from drug lords who pressured the government to fire him amid corruption charges. Amarkhil contends he was so successful he upset drug lords tied to corrupt government officials, who in turn, accused him of corruption.

A barrage of 40 rockets was fired into eastern Afghanistan from Pakistan on 20110701 a senior official said, as General Aminullah Amarkhil, head of the border police in the eastern region offered his resignation over the government’s response to weeks of attacks. “I have submitted my resignation to the Interior Ministry because I can’t see my people being killed by shells fired from Pakistan,” Amarkhil told Reuters. Amarkhil’s spokesman said the resignation had not been accepted, but Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said the ministry had not received a resignation letter.The whole affair is looking be arranged and smells fishy, because the Karzai Regime wants to blame Pakistan for the deteriorating security in Afghanistan.

Gen. Aminullah Amarkhel the border police chief for eastern provinces on 20120108 announced his resignation, saying he had been receiving security threats. High-ranking government officials had prevented him from talking to the media after he reacted harshly to shelling of Afghan areas by Pakistani soldiers, the general recalled. He said 11 tonnes of narcotics were seized from traffickers last year. "Drug mafia has continuously tried to kill me," Gen. Amarkhel said, adding that the Ministry of Interior wanted to appoint him as provincial police chief, a position he did not accept.(20120108)
 

The provincial police chief of Ghazni province General Aminullah Amarkhel has reportedly resigned from his post due to the lack of support by the central government. His resignation has not yet been accepted. (20160830)

 

Last Modified 2017-05-17
Established 2010-12-29