Nobody has been killed after the announcement of “general amnesty”: Taliban

by Aamaj News

Deputy spokesman of Taliban’s government, Inamullah Samangani, in a series of tweets rejected the remarks of the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, regarding killings of 100 of former government members and security forces.

Samangani added that after the announcement of “general amnesty” nobody is allowed to harm others. If there is any case, it is personal retaliatory action, the government is going to investigate and punish the criminals.

Earlier Associated Press quoting the UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, reported that more than 100 former members of government and security forces as well as local allies of international troops have been killed in Afghanistan after Taliban’s domination.


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