AFGHANISTAN

Anonymous Gunmen Kill a Commander of National Movement of Afghanistan

Kabul – Local sources in Samangan province have reported that unidentified gunmen have shot dead commander Gul Hassan, one of the commanders of the National Islamic Movement of Afghanistan.

The unknown gunmen killed him in the village of Burma at around 11:00 AM on Friday, April 15.

The commander’s relatives have told Hasht-e Subh that the armed men on a motorcycle shot and killed Gul Hassan near his home.

On the other hand, the officials of the National Islamic Movement of Afghanistan have stated that Gul Hassan was in the custody of the Taliban for several days, but he was released on bail two days ago. Unfortunately, he is killed after two days.

Based on the recent report published by The New York Times with the help of Hasht-e-Subh, around 500 security forces of the former government are detained, tortured, and killed by the Taliban rebels throughout the country. With respect to the fact that Taliban rebels respect no values, despite their general amnesty announcement, they have continued revenge killings; it is very obvious that these meritorious killings and murders by unknown gunmen be directly in control of the terror group.

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Source: Hasht-e Subh Daily

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