A political movement of Afghan professionals visited western Farah province on Sunday to donate blood and set up a memorial plaque in memory of those who were killed in the deadly April 3 insurgent attack.
Afghanistan 1400, as the group calls itself, said it will not remain silent in the face of such attacks and will continue to respond to the terror of the "enemies of Afghanistan" with messages of resistance.
"It's a big project that is being executed by the enemies of Afghanistan to keep the people of Afghanistan as slaves, captives, and miserable. As the youth and as the people of Afghanistan, we have recognise this. We don't know if the government has realised it too or not, but now that we have realised it, we want to tell the enemies of Afghanistan that we will respond to such projects," said Shaharzad Akbar, head of Afghanistan 1400.
"Another message is that those who are enemies to Afghanistan are not our brothers," said another member Haseeb Homayun.
The group expressed their close support to the people of Farah, condemning the incident once again while visiting those in hospital who were injured in the attack.
"All the people of Afghanistan were mourning for days after the Farah incident took place. We want to tell the people of Farah that the people of Afghanistan are next to you and that you are not alone. We want to pass a message of resistance against this brutal incident and its doers," said 1400 member Wahid Omar.
The Taliban attack on the courthouse of Farah city left as many as 46 people dead - mostly civilians - and injured more than 100 others.
Families of the victims told Afghanistan 1400 members that they were still worried about security threats.
The provincial governor Mohammad Akram Khpulwak said he believes the Farah incident was organised with the support of intelligence agencies of neigbouring countries.
"The men (attackers) knew the map. They knew every way when they entered the government buildings. Therefore they had the support of regional intelligence," he said.
According to the security officials, there are ongoing investigations into the claims that some of local officials were involved in the incident, however there is no substantial proof nor have any charges been laid.