The Taliban arrested and transferred several members of the civil society, including the head of the office, to an unknown location.
According to the Peshgo news agency; On 8 February 2012, three days ago, the Taliban’s intelligence service raided the headquarters of the Afghan Legal and Research Organization, < coa> taking with it a number of staff, and then to the private home of Mohammad Nader Shah Ahmadzai, the head of the organization. They went and after the siege of his house, they also took the mentioned person to an unknown place
The Taliban have now tracked down the arrests of its agents through house-to-house arrests through the documents of its employees in the registry office.
There have been numerous media reports in the past, from the arrest of civil and legal activists to lawyers and judges, but no serious action has been taken by the international community and human rights organizations to put pressure on the Taliban to prevent such violations. .
A number of employees of this organization sent messages to Peshgo News Agency, asking the international community for their life and social immunity.