The former commander of the central region's Petroleum Facilities Guard (PFG) Ibrahim Jadran rejected in an audio tape posted Sunday the arrest warrant issued of him by the Libyan Attorney General, who accused him of involvement in the attacks on oil terminals using mercenaries from Chadian rebels’ groups.

Jadran accused the Head of the investigation bureau of the Attorney General Al-Siddiq Al-Sour of fabricating charges against him, saying he is an impostor as the Attorney General's office is vacant and no one is appointed by the Libyan law.

"Al-Sour is now committing a crime by claiming this post he is occupying and thus he plunged the Public Prosecution into political conflicts to benefit one of the leaders of the counter-revolution ,” he added, implying a hint at Khalifa Haftar.

He added that placing him on the list of terrorists is an agenda-driven act since the Attorney General has looked away from lots of crimes against the PFG forces under his command.

On January 03, the Attorney General issued arrest warrants of Jadran, the Head of Al Wattan party Abdelhakim Belhaj, four other Libyans and several Chadian nationals.