RASC News Agency: Reports have emerged from Daykundi province regarding the shocking murder of a former government army officer, Mohammad Dawood Wahdat. The incident occurred in Nili City, the capital of Daykundi province. On Monday, November 20th, unidentified armed individuals mysteriously killed Wahdat outside his home gate. Mr. Wahdat, who formerly held a high-ranking position as the Director of police command supplies in the previous government in Daykundi province, later became involved in the intelligence structure of the Taliban group after they regain they control of the country. According to sources, he was contacted and summoned by unidentified armed individuals before being fatally shot.
Currently, the primary perpetrator of this murder remains unknown, and the Taliban security officials in the province have not yet commented on the killing of Wahdat. This incident is not an isolated one. Since the Taliban took control of the country, there have been numerous accusations of detentions, torture, and killings of former government personnel by Taliban members in various provinces.
In a recent incident, two figures who were former government officers in Rustaq district of Takhar province were detained by Taliban members. These individuals had recently returned from Iran. It is important to note that due to the prolonged conflict between the former government forces and the Taliban group, a significant number of former government personnel have fled the country out of fear for their safety.