Afghan anti-corruption chief ready to contest presidential polls

The head of the High Office of Oversight and Anti-corruption Department, Azizollah Ludin, says if foreign-based Afghan businessmen assist, he will definitely contest elections against those candidates, who are currently conducting their campaigns. He says his candidacy for the upcoming presidential polls was conditional. Ludin says that a number of MPs, some university lecturers and ordinary people asked him to put forward his candidacy for the 2014 presidential polls.
Ludin says that he will not withdraw his candidacy in anyone’s support and if he wins polls, he will try senior corrupt officials. According to Ludin, millions of dollars are required for the upcoming presidential polls and he will open a bank account to request assistance from people. He also says that he will not withdraw his candidacy in anyone’s support in the upcoming presidential polls. He says that if he wins the upcoming presidential polls, he will bring to justice corrupt senior officials working for government and non-government organizations. Ludin was appointed head of the High Office of Oversight and Anti-corruption Department in 1387 and has been still serving in this post.

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