The Taliban landed on their feet, harassing the Hazara community

The Taliban landed on their feet, harassing the Hazara community

Afghan Hazara community leader Mohammad Mohkik has alleged that Taliban officials in central Dekundi province have forced people to leave their land.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Nihar Saxena | Updated on: 24 Sep 2021, 02:27:04 PM

The allegation of Mohammad Mohkik, the leader of the prominent Afghan Hazara community. (Photo Credit: News Nation)

highlights

  • Taliban forced people to leave their land
  • Hazara community leader Mohammad Mohkik’s allegation
  • Consequences of not forming an inclusive government

Kabul:

Mohammad Mohkik, the leader of the major Afghan Hazara community, has alleged that Taliban officials in central Dekundi province have forced people to leave their land. According to the Raha Press report, Mohkik, a former security adviser to ousted Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and leader of Hajb-e-Wahdat Islami Mardom Afghanistan, posted on his official Facebook page that Taliban officials were encouraging people in Dekundi to favor Taliban fans. They are forced to give up their land in the Kandir and Dahan Nala areas of the district.

According to the report, he has said that if people have to follow the Taliban’s order to leave their land, then a humanitarian crisis will arise before winter. Mohkik also shared two letters claiming to have been issued by Taliban officials, ordering and entrusting the Taliban’s military commission to the task in case of any need. The report said that Taliban officials in Dekundi have given people a few hours to leave the said land.

Mohkik said, “According to the information I have just received, the Taliban says that if anyone has any objection to the said move, then he can approach the court after leaving the ground. This means that Taliban courts first issue judgments and then proceed with the investigation process. Earlier this month, the Baradar faction and the Haqqani faction had a heated argument in a meeting to form the government. In keeping with his soft stance, Baradar pressed for an inclusive government at the meeting. In this meeting, it was emphasized that non-Talibani leaders and the minority community of the country should also be included in the government.



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First Published : 24 Sep 2021, 02:27:04 PM

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