Why Taliban is Accused of killing Civilians In Afghan Border Town ?

The United States and United Kingdom has accused the Taliban for killing a lot of its people known as civilians in possible war crimes in spin Boldak, South Afghanistan. Regarding the alleged atrocities that was committed in Spin Boldak,  The embassies of Washington and London said in separate tweeted on Monday that “The Taliban murdered dozens of civilians in revenge killings.

These murders could constitute war crimes,” It was further stated that “The Taliban’s leadership must be held responsible for the crimes of their fighters. If you cannot control your fighters now, you have no business in governance later.”

It was also said that The US and UK discretionary judgments come after Afghanistan’s Independent Human Rights Commission said Taliban warriors had indulged in revenge killings in Spin Boldak.

“In the wake of assuming control over Spin Boldak area, the Taliban pursued and distinguished at various times government authorities and killed these individuals who had no battle role in the contention,” the gathering said, adding somewhere around 40 individuals had been killed by the Taliban.

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Taliban assaulted Lashkar Gah, Kandahar and Herat

Even though, Taliban kept on attacking no less than three commonplace capitals – Lashkar Gah, Kandahar and Herat – following a few days of hefty battling that saw a great many regular people escape.

The conflict has strengthened since early May, with the Taliban benefiting from the last phases of the withdrawal of the US-drove unfamiliar powers after just about 20 years in the country.

The President Ashraf Ghani Blames US

Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani accused the nation’s breaking down security on the US choosing “suddenly” to pull out its soldiers. Introducing his security plan before parliament on Monday, Ghani said the circumstance in the conflict torn country will be “taken care of inside a half year”, adding that the US has swore its full help.

“The justification our present circumstance is that the choice was taken unexpectedly,” he told parliament, adding he had cautioned Washington the withdrawal would have “results”. The president added that “insurance of individuals” is an obligation he will keep up with.v

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