RASC News Agency: Local sources in Bamyan have said that the Taliban beat up eight people in this province after arresting them and forced them to drop the dispute in favor of the Kochis by signing the unilateral decision of the “Kochis and natives Conflict Resolution Commission”.
According to local sources, the Taliban group arrested these people on Tuesday, October 3, from “Pushta Gharghari” area of Punjab district of Bamyan and transferred them to the security command of this district.
The sources added that three of the people who resisted the demands of the Taliban group were severely beaten by this group.
Sources say that these people are residents of the villages of “Goli”, “Tobag”, “Dam Chal” and “Rashk” in the Punjab district of Bamyan province.
Based on information from local sources, the Taliban group released them after they managed to force the signatures of these people.
The sources also say that the Taliban group is also looking for the elders of the tribe so that they can get signatures from them, but the elders of the tribe left that place.
According to information from the sources, the Kochis and Kochis Conflict Resolution Commission of the Taliban group has decided that a part of Hazara lands in the “Pushta Gharghari” area of Bamyan Punjab will be handed over to the Kochis. However, the residents of this area say that they were wronged and the verdict was issued in their absence.
Days before, the Taliban forced two residents of Punjab Bamyan to sign the decision issued in favor of the Kochis after “torture”.
It should be noted that since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, the Kochis in various provinces, including Bamyan, have claimed ownership of the lands of the Hazaras, and the Taliban have always supported the Kochis and have not paid attention to the wishes of the people of these provinces.