[ltr]Karbala Council calls for the introduction of Abadi "Karbala operations command and Western Sahara."[/ltr][ltr]
Karbala -arac Press -30 August / August: Student Karbala Provincial Council, to exempt operational commander of the Middle Euphrates from office against the backdrop of the terrorist attack witnessed by the Ain al- Tamur spend, calling forthe introduction of " the leadership of Karbala and Western Sahara operations."
The deputy head of the Karbala Provincial Council, Ali al - Maliki, told reporters, " The Council emergency session was held, on Monday evening, to discuss the terrorist attack in the district of Ain al-Tamur , " noting that " the Council approved claim the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces toexempt operational commander of the Middle Euphrates, Maj . Gen. Qais al - Muhammadawi, from office. "
Maliki said, " The Council called on the commander of the armed forces also to separate the leadership of the operations of theMiddle Euphrates and the development of the Kerbala command operations and the Western Sahara, assigning special forces ofthe popular crowd to protect Ain al- Tamur spend , " noting that " the Council recommended to the governor as head of theSupreme Security Committee in the province the formation of a committee to investigate the incident of Ain al- Tamur and deposit security officials assigned to protect the judiciary in detention pending completion of the investigation procedures and identify defaulters and hold them accountable. "
The Vice Chairman of the Board of Karbala, that " the Council decided to allocate five millions of dinars for each martyr 'sfamily in the incident Ain al- Tamur and three million dinars for each wounded, as well as mourning in the province for three days , " pointing out that " The Council stressed its previous decision to re - displaced people who liberated areas to immediately and to hold accountable security services that fail to implement this. "
The leadership of the operations of the Middle Euphrates, has been confirmed, "foiled" an attack by five suicide bombers attacked a wedding party in the district of Ein Altmmermads Sunday, indicating that the attack killed or injured 31 people.
In turn , the provincial council, announced the death or injury of 46 people , an attack of four suicide bombers in the district ofAin al- Tamur. Ended (1)