Taliban militants have lynched two public upraising forces heinously in Burka district in northern Baghlan province of Afghanistan.
“The enemies of Islam and our country took them captive, they martyred them, they even removed their eyes, cut off their noses and ears, they have not allowed anyone to bury those martyrs,” Mohammad Yousuf, a commander of the public upraising forces in the district on Tuesday said.
Taliban insurgents attack over upraising forces checkpoints late last night and take two of them in their captivity and then they kill them severely.
Public security forces warn that if Afghan government fail to take offensive against the Taliban in Burka, the distinct will fall to the hand of Taliban and they will threat several other nearby districts including Pul-e Khumri the capital of Baghlan.
Baghlan police chief warns of revenges saying during the clashes 3 Taliban fighters were killed and five others were also injured.
Burka district is in the northeastern part of Baghlan province mostly affected by Taliban militants who usually threats Baghlan, Kunduz and Takhar provinces from the area.