Panjshir province governor Mohammad Agha Hakim rejected the claims of international institutions and organizations regarding the violation of human rights in this province.
In an interview with TOLOnews, Hakim said that there have been no human rights violations in Panjshir province, and currently Panjshir is the safest province and there is no group to make it unsafe.
"These reports are definitely untrue because they get these reports from the people and they are in line with the opposition,” he said.
This official of the Islamic Emirate noted that for ensuring security of the province, 300 outposts and around 10,000 forces have been assigned tobPanjshir.
"There are about 300 security outposts in the four surrounding areas of Panjshir, because Panjshir is a province that has borders with seven neighboring countries,” Hakim noted.
In a part of his speech, the governor of Panjshir said that they are trying to prevent schools from turning into security outposts in this province.
"We decided that every school should be evacuated and we thank God that 95% of the schools have been evacuated,” the governor further stated.
Mohammad Agha Hakim urged the people who left Panjshir after the reestablishment of the Islamic Emirate to return.