Kabul. After the establishment of Taliban rule in Afghanistan, the news of atrocities, barbarism and brutality has started coming to the fore. Let us tell you that the Taliban hanged a dead body from a crane in the main square of Herat city in western Afghanistan. Witnesses gave this information. The video of the dead body hanging from the crane is also going viral on social media.
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Wazir Ahmed Siddiqui, who runs a pharmacy on the side of the square, told The Associated Press that four bodies were brought to the square but three were taken to be displayed in other parts of the city. Siddiqui said that at the crossroads, the Taliban announced that these four men were involved in the kidnapping who were captured but killed by the police. It was difficult to say whether the four were killed in police firing or whether they were killed after being arrested.
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Where are the human rights organizations? Why they are ignoring the ongoing atrocities in Afghanistan? The Taliban have publicly executed four people in western Herat province on charges of kidnapping. pic.twitter.com/ewjZdlJe0n
— Ihtesham Afghan (@IhteshamAfghan) September 25, 2021
Recently, Mullah Nuruddin Turabi, one of the founders of the Taliban, told ‘The Associated Press’ that the death penalty and amputation of limbs will once again be given in Afghanistan.
All eyes on Taliban
With the entry of the Taliban in Kabul on 15 August, the US-backed Ashraf Ghani government fell, and then the Taliban announced the formation of the government after a few weeks. All the countries of the world were watching this whole incident of Afghanistan. All eyes are on the Taliban at this time to see if they are going to rule again as harsh and cruel as before.
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However, there are constant reports of atrocities committed by the Taliban. Sometimes news of journalists being beaten up and sometimes news of police officers being killed etc.