Human Rights Watch have accused Taliban to the killings of more than 100 former national security forces and others associated with the former government, and said they have have received “credible allegations” about this issue.
UN deputy high commissioner for human rights, Nada Al-Nashif, at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva expressed her concerns over extrajudicial killings in Afghanistan.
“Between August and November, we received credible allegations of more than 100 killings of former Afghan national security forces and others associated with the former Government, with at least 72 of these killings attributed to the Taliban,” she said.
Earlier Human Rights Watch reported that Taliban killed and disappeared more than 100 former national security and defense forces.
Taliban have not stated anything about these allegations.