The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan said that it was “gravely concerned by latest allegations of serious human rights violations in Panjshir and elsewhere."
“Parties have clear international obligations, inc. respect for detainees’ rights. UNAMA is monitoring situation & calls for perpetrators of any crimes to be brought to justice," UNAMA said on Twitter.
Following the recent clashes in the northern province of Panjshir, both sides are claiming to have inflicted casualties on the other side.
The Islamic Emirate spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said that 41 fighters were killed in Rukha, Afshar and Dara districts of Panjshir.
“We have launched the operation. This operation continued for two days and finished yesterday. All of their centers have been seized and 41 (fighters), including four of their commanders, have been killed. 101 others have been arrested,” he said.
This come as Sebghatullah Ahmadi, a spokesman for the Resistance Front, said that dozens of fighters of the Islamic Emirate were killed in the clashes in several areas of Panjshir.
However, the Islamic Emirate has yet to confirm this.
He also said the number of their fighters killed in the clashes was 11.
“Our path continues toward freedom and defending the fortress of honour and dignity. The resistance of the people of Afghanistan against oppression, tyranny and totalitarianism continues,” Ahmadi said.
University instructor Ghulam Sakhi Ihsani gave his opinion in this regard: “Marching for war against each other is not the only way for peace and stability. We have proven that the people of Afghanistan cannot win through fighting. Everyome fails in this war and everyone loses in this war. The result of the war is the destruction of infrastructure, investment and intellectual and financial investment."
Meanwhile, videos of clashes which are being circulated on social media have faced strong reactions.
A video, which TOLOnews cannot confirm in terms of date or location, shows the forces of the Islamic Emirate opening fire on three detainees of the Resistant Front.
“There should be a logical way to end the war in Afghanistan. If such action is not taken, we will unfortunately face a crisis and Afghanistan will be isolated,” said Barna Salehi, a political analyst.
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