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Afghanistan
Faryab: kidnap kingpin cut down, Talib judge tied up
2019-06-10


Kidnap kingpin shot dead; 4 female hostages freed in Faryab province

[KhaamaPress] The Afghan police forces have killed a kidnap kingpin during an operation in northern Faryab province of Afghanistan.

The Ministry of Interior (MoI) said the police forces also rescued four women who were being kept as hostages.

The operation was conducted in Pashtun Kot district of Faryab province on Friday, the Ministry of Interior added.

The ministry also added that police forces shot the kidnap kingpin dead after he opened fire on them.

The police forces also arrested four accomplices of the kidnap kingpin during the same operation.

This comes as there has been a sharp rise in criminal incidents in key provinces and cities including capital during the recent months.

Meanwhile, the security officials are saying that efforts are underway to curb the activities of the criminal groups.

Taliban’s Kangaroo Court Chief arrested in Faryab province

[KhaamaPress] The Afghan security forces have arrested a notorious Taliban leader Mufti in Faryab province.

The Ministry of Interior (MoI) said Sunday that the security forces arrested Mufti Nasir late on Saturday night.

According to a statement released by MoI, the security forces arrested Mufti Nasir while he was travelling to Jawzjan city for medical care.

The statement further added that the police forces also Mawlavi Hafizullah, one of the accomplices of Mufti Nasir.

The Ministry of Interior also added that Mufti Nasir is a notorious Taliban leader who was in charge of Kangaroo Court of Taliban in Pashtun Kot.

He was also torturing the local residents besides trying people in Kangaroo Courts, MoI said.

The anti-government armed militants including Taliban have not commented regarding the arrest of Mufti Nasir so far.
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