Taliban fighters in Baghlan province have committed inhumane acts and war crimes by evicting residents from their villages.
Local sources in Baghlan province have said that the Taliban have forcibly evicted about 70 families from three districts in the Andrab region, accusing them of being members of the National Resistance Front (NRF).
Sibghatullah Ahmadi, a spokesman for the NRF, told Hasht-e Subh on Monday that a number of families had been forcibly evicted from the Banu district and various parts of Andarab by the Taliban.
According to Mr. Ahmadi, the Taliban have forcibly evicted a number of families from different parts of Andarab after suffering heavy casualties in the fighting against NRF.
Richard Bennett, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation in Afghanistan, said that the country was facing serious human rights challenges and that the Taliban had failed to address these challenges.
The Taliban are harassing people in provinces where the group’s attacks are effectively repulsed by anti-Taliban forces, forcing civilians to flee, or detaining, torturing and shooting civilians on various charges.