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Increased insecurity in Afghanistan: 4 murders in 36 hours

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Fidel Rahmati
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Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

Insecurity in the country has surged, leading to four murder cases reported in Nangarhar, Takhar, Faryab, and Oruzgan within the past 36 hours.

In the latest incident, a son killed his father with an axe in Nangarhar province. Security officials in the province said on Tuesday that a son had murdered his father in Dara-e-Noor district, Nangarhar province.

Abdul Basir Zabuli, the spokesperson for the Nangarhar provincial security, did not disclose the reason for this murder but mentioned that the perpetrator had fled the scene.

According to reports from some media outlets, a former commander of the People’s Uprising was assassinated by unknown individuals in Takhar province on Monday. The media called this individual Hayatullah, a “Moghul Qushlaq” village resident in Taloqan City.

It is said that this former commander was targeted as he went to the mosque and was killed.

Meanwhile, sources have reported the killing of a young man in Faryab province. According to the report, this person was shot and killed Monday night in Khwaja Sabzposh district.

The source identified the victim as Ahmad and said he had recently returned from Iran.

According to the sources, two individuals have been arrested by the provincial security forces in connection with the murder of Ahmad.

On the other hand, the murder of a farmer in the “Khas Oruzgan” district of Oruzgan province has been reported. According to reports, this incident occurred in the Hazara-populated area of “Joy-e-Naw.”

This murder occurred on Tuesday, and the source mentioned the victim’s name as Sayed Amir Shah. It is said that Sayed Amir Shah was a farmer and was shot to death. The motive and circumstances of this murder have not been determined, but such incidents have increased in the Joy-e-Naw area over the past two years.

It should be noted that in the early morning of Tuesday, the Taliban security forces eliminated four kidnappers by operating in Kabul city.

This comes in the context of a recent report by the United Nations saying that during the two years of the Taliban administration, 218 military personnel and government employees were unlawfully killed in Afghanistan. However, the interim government authorities have dismissed and rejected this report as unfounded.

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