unama: UN expresses concern over human rights violations in Afghanistan | India News

KABUL: The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has expressed deep concern over the reports of human rights violations in the country.
During a meeting with Taliban officials at the Ministry of Interior Affairs- Afghanistan, the UNAMA Human Rights said that there is a need for investigations, transparency and accountability of such cases in Afghanistan.
“UNAMA Human Rights met with Taliban officials at @moiafghanistan today. Discussed alleged cases of human rights violations and concerns re ex-ANSF/Govt members, civsoc, media, judiciary, religious clerics and women activists. Need for investigations, transparency & accountability,” the “UNAMA said in a Tweet on Thursday.
Several media persons, government members, religious clerics and women activists have been killed in Afghanistan.
At least 30 journalists and media workers have been killed, manhandled, and…

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