Brutal face of Taliban exposed, brutality of Afghan police chief, first torture
The brutal face of Taliban exposed, Afghan police chief killed, tortured before hanging  |  Photo Credits: AP, File Image
- Taliban kills a provincial police officer in Afghanistan
- The video that has surfaced tells the brutality of the Taliban
- Earlier, the Taliban had said that it would not retaliate
Kabul : The Taliban, who occupied Afghanistan, may talk about change within themselves, but it is becoming difficult for everyone to believe its claims. In the recent past, many such pictures and videos have emerged from Afghanistan, which are reminiscent of the same brutal era of Taliban, which the whole world including Afghanistan saw in the 1990s. Another video exposing the same brutal face of Taliban has surfaced.
After the capture of Kabul, the Taliban not only tried to tell the world that the current regime would be different from the period from 1996 to 2001, when the Taliban ruled Afghanistan and there were many strict restrictions as well as cruel punishment. , but also stated that women would be allowed education and work and no retaliatory action would be taken against anyone. But everything happened as it was expected.
Police officer brutally murdered
The Taliban is not only preventing women from working, but is also taking retaliatory action. Taliban fighters have now killed Haji Mullah Achakzai, the police chief of Afghanistan’s Badgish province, who was still fighting against him. The Taliban fighters were shot and killed near Herat. Not only this, before this he also tortured the police officer, which is evidenced by the video that surfaced in this case.
The video of this incident, which shames humanity, is going viral on the internet, in which the police chief is seen blindfolded and hands tied.
Earlier on Sunday, the Taliban said that it would not take revenge on its old enemies. However, a UN report in this regard has said that the Taliban is vigorously searching for people who have worked closely with US and NATO forces in the past. According to the report, the Taliban has also fixed its priority list as to which people it has to arrest first. People who have served in top positions in Afghan military forces, police, intelligence have been feared more at risk.
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