Taliban Establishes Commission to Investigate Cases of Those Arrested in Panjshir Clashes
The Taliban regime has announced the establishment of a commission to investigate the cases of civilians who were arrested during the clashes in Panjshir province.
Bakhtar News Agency, which operates under the control of the Taliban, reported Sunday that this commission has six members and is chaired by the governor of Kabul.
According to Bakhtar, this commission was set up by the order of Mullah Hassan Akhund, the prime minister of the Taliban.
Based on the reports, the Panjshiri detainees are currently being held in Kabul prisons.
The National Resistance Front (NRF) had earlier declared that the Taliban group has arrested and imprisoned at least 5,400 residents of Panjshir province since it returned to power in late August.