Four of the abducted criminals were killed in a shooting in the western city of Herat.
The Taliban have hung bodies from four cranes killed in a shooting in the western Afghan city of Herat.
Mawlavi Shir Ahmad Muhajir, deputy governor of Herat province, said the bodies of men were displayed in city squares on Saturday, the same day he died to teach a “lesson”.
On social media, especially crude pictures show a man’s body being lifted by a crane from the back of a pickup truck. Audiences watch armed Taliban fighters.
Another video shows him hanging from a crane with a sign on his chest saying “Kidnappers will be punished like this”.
This general sentence is so wonderful Since the Taliban came to power. This indicates that the Islamists are ready to take ruthless measures, as they applied from 1996 to 2001.
Governor Muhajir said, “These bodies are on display to make it clear to everyone that anyone who steals, abducts or is punished against our people.”
Security forces were informed that a businessman and his son had been abducted in Herat on Saturday morning. The Taliban arrested the suspects at a checkpoint where a “gunfight took place”. “One of our Mujahideen was wounded and four kidnappers were killed,” Governor Muhajir said in a statement. “We are the Islamic Emirate. No one should harm our country. No one should be involved in kidnapping.
He said there had been other kidnappings in the city before Saturday’s incident and that the Taliban had rescued a boy. One of the kidnappers was killed and three others were arrested, while in another case the Taliban “failed and the kidnappers were able to make money,” he said.
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