MEMBERS of the Police Administration of Novi Pazar arrested PM from that city, on suspicion that he tried to destroy the sign of Acif Efendi, and then participated in the fight.
Police tracked down and then arrested a man who tried to destroy a sign in the street on November 28 at around 10 pm, after which he got into a fight with a group of young men.
Aćif Hadžiahmetović, also known as Aćif Bljuta, also known as Aćif Efendija among Bosniak supporters, was an Albanian politician from the Raška region in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia during the interwar period and the Second World War.
During the interwar period, he was the mayor of Novi Pazar and the deputy president of the regional political party of Muslims, Jemijet.
After the invasion of the Axis Powers on Yugoslavia during the April War of 1941, Hadžiahmetović was appointed mayor of Novi Pazar.
At the end of the war, partisans shot him for cooperation with the occupier and mass war crimes against Serbs and the murder of those Albanians and Muslims who were against his rule, writes Tanjug.
In August 2012, when the Bosniak National Council marked the year of famous personalities from Bosniak history, he received a memorial plaque in the center of Novi Pazar.
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