A Taliban commander continues to war after his release from Pul Charkhi prison
Reporter: Mehrullah Mehrdad
Concerns were raised over the release of Taliban from Pul Charkhi prison in a decree by President Ghani, which raised concerns about the continuing Taliban war against the government. Qari Hafiz, a former Taliban member, was imprisoned in Pul Charkhi Prison and is among those released at the behest of the president.
Interviews with the Taliban have confirmed that Qari Hafiz is back on the battlefields, speaking to a Pasbanan reporter in the northeast zone.
The source says Qari Hafizullah is trying to build a base in the (Safid khan) area of Dundeghuri Pul-e-Khumri.
The source close to the Taliban also added that Qari Hafiz was busy in anti-government activities in the north Baghdad and Dundeghuri Polyester districts.
Qari Hafiz is one of the most dangerous Taliban commanders in Baghlan, a Taliban commander with special skills in mining and mining.
Within the Taliban, Qari Hafiz was involved in the majority of the mine-clearing along the Pul-e-Khumri-Samangan highway in the areas of Cheshme-Shir and Bagh-e-Pul-e-Khumri.
At the behest of President Ghani, two Taliban prisoners were released from Pulcharkhi prison, and another Taliban prisoner was released from the National Security Directorate’s ward.
After the release of the Taliban prisoners from the prisons, the Presidential Administration announced that these prisoners were completed with Mohsen and their time in prison.
With the release of these prisoners from the country’s prisons, there has been growing concern about the continuing Taliban war against security forces.