He wrote on his Facebook page Saturday night that a group of gunmen with “Taliban-issued ID cards” entered his home for inspection, beating his family members. “I experienced a sad and humiliating incident today,” Nikouei wrote. My wife and daughter were severely beaten, my mental state and that of my family are in the worst condition. My wife was severely injured.”
He criticized the continuing unrest in Kabul, adding that there is no order in the city and no one is accountable. “It’s as if we’re stuck in the middle of nowhere among predatory wolves,” he added. “The citizens may be torn apart, looted, and removed. This is the fate of an Afghan man who is doomed to live.”
Mr. Nikouei emphasized that he was not in contact with any political faction and that it was his and his wife’s duty to educate.
The Ministry of Interior has not yet responded to the ruling government.
With the fall of the previous government, there have been numerous reports of gunmen arbitrarily entering homes. The authorities promised to prevent such incidents, but so far, this commitment has not been fulfilled.
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