Afghan central bank chief denies allegations of fraud
Officials in the Afghan capital, Kabul, say they have issued an arrest warrant for the former governor of the privately-owned central bank.
Abdul Qadeer Fitrat resigned on Monday and now lives in the United States. It is alleged he was involved in a massive fraud.
He denies the allegations and says he was thwarted in his efforts to investigate it.
Abdul Qadeer Fitrat spoke to Nik Gowing on BBC World News.
28 Jun 2011
- From the section South Asia