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Afghanistan: Taliban has not changed, now video viral beating former army officer

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World Desk, Amar Ujala, Kabul

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated Wed, 29 Dec 2021 11:42 AM IST

Summary

After the video went viral on social media, people say that when the Taliban announced a general amnesty for all after coming to power, it should be implemented.

Video of Taliban beating ex-army officer goes viral
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Taliban atrocities have continued since Afghanistan came to power. Every day such reports are coming out from Kabul, in which human rights of the people are being violated. Meanwhile, another video of Taliban has gone viral on social media. It is being told that in this video the Taliban has arrested a former military officer, whose name is Rahmatullah. In the video, two Taliban army officers are seen beating up.

Anger erupts against Taliban on social media
As soon as this video of Taliban went viral on social media, people got angry. People said that after the Taliban seized power in Kabul, it announced that it would pardon the soldiers of the former government and that the people of Afghanistan would see a new Taliban. Professor Hekmatullah Mirzada said that if the Taliban keeps the promise made in the past, a trust will be created between the public and the government.

Anas Haqqani’s statement came out
As soon as the video surfaced, the statement of Anas Haqqani, one of the top Taliban leaders, has also surfaced. Haqqani has said the Taliban should refrain from taking personal revenge and apply a general apology. He said that when a general apology has been announced by the Taliban government, all people should be treated fairly.

Taliban is repeatedly denying the allegations
A report was issued in the past by human rights organizations and many countries. The report referred to human rights violations by the Taliban and the arrests and killings of former government soldiers and officials. However, the Taliban has been denying this report.

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Taliban atrocities have continued since Afghanistan came to power. Every day such reports are coming out from Kabul, in which human rights of the people are being violated. Meanwhile, another video of Taliban has gone viral on social media. It is being told that in this video the Taliban has arrested a former military officer, whose name is Rahmatullah. In the video, two Taliban army officers are seen beating up.

Anger erupts against Taliban on social media

As soon as this video of Taliban went viral on social media, people got angry. People said that after the Taliban seized power in Kabul, it announced that it would pardon the soldiers of the former government and that the people of Afghanistan would see a new Taliban. Professor Hekmatullah Mirzada said that if the Taliban keeps the promise made in the past, a trust will be created between the public and the government.

Anas Haqqani’s statement came out

As soon as the video surfaced, the statement of Anas Haqqani, one of the top Taliban leaders, has also surfaced. Haqqani has said the Taliban should refrain from taking personal revenge and apply a general apology. He said that when a general apology has been announced by the Taliban government, all people should be treated fairly.

Taliban is repeatedly denying the allegations

A report was issued in the past by human rights organizations and many countries. The report referred to human rights violations by the Taliban and the arrests and killings of former government soldiers and officials. However, the Taliban has been denying this report.

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