On Thursday, Canadian officials modified the following anti-terror listing:
TAi.011 Name: 1: AKHTAR 2: MOHAMMAD 3: MANSOUR 4: SHAH MOHAMMED
Name (original script): اختر محمد منصور شاه محمد
Title: a) Maulavi b) Mullah Designation: Minister of Civil Aviation and Transportation under the Taliban regime DOB: a) Approximately 1960 b) 1966 POB: Band-e-Timur village, Maiwand District, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan Good quality a.k.a.: a) Akhtar Mohammad Mansour Khan Muhammad b) Akhtar Muhammad Mansoor c) Akhtar Mohammad Mansoor Low quality a.k.a.: Naib Imam Nationality: AfghanistanPassport no: SE-011697, issued on 25 Jan. 1988, issued in Kabul, Afghanistan (expired on 23 Feb. 2000) National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 25 Jan. 2001 (amended on 3 Sep. 2003, 18 Jul. 2007, 21 Sep. 2007, 1 Feb. 2008, 29 Nov. 2011, ) Other information: Involved in drug trafficking as of 2011, primarily through Gerd-e-Jangal, Afghanistan. Active in the provinces of Khost, Paktia and Paktika, Afghanistan as of May 2007. Taliban “Governor” of Kandahar as of May 2007. Deputy to Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar (TAi.024) in the Taliban Supreme Council as of 2009. Taliban official responsible for four southern provinces of Afghanistan. Following the arrest of Mullah Baradar in February 2010 he was temporarily-in-charge of the Taliban Supreme Council. Believed to be in Afghanistan/Pakistan border area. Belongs to Ishaqzai tribe. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jul. 2010.
after these changes were promulgated by the United Nations 1988 Sanctions Committee, which administers sanctions against the Taliban.