President Barrak Obama has reported that US Defense Ministry has began investigation on Kunduz air raid in one of the hospitals called Doctors with no borders.
Meanwhile head of the human rights in United Nation organization has also declared the following air raid violence of human rights adding if the following action is intentionally committed it will be counted as one of the crimes against human beings in Kunduz city.
Both institutions have demanded investigations to be launched on the aspect.
Operational Manager for Doctors without borders Bahrat Johnsing said,” “All indications currently point to the bombing being carried out by international Coalition forces,”MSF said, demanding “a full and transparent account”.
US President Obama expressed his feelings saying On behalf of the American people, I extend my deepest condolences to the medical professionals and other civilians killed and injured in the tragic incident at a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz.
President Barak Obama has also said,” The Department of Defense has launched a full investigation, and we will await the results of that inquiry before making a definitive judgment as to the circumstances of this tragedy. I have asked the Department of Defense to keep me apprised of the investigation and expect a full accounting of the facts and circumstances. Michelle and I offer our thoughts and prayers to all of the civilians affected by this incident, their families, and loved ones.”
Human rights committee has stated that in the following air strike 12 of his staffs including 7 patients were killed and 37 others were injured.
UN rights chief ZeidRa’ad Al Hussein called for a full and transparent probe, noting that, “if established as deliberate in a court of law, an air strike on a hospital may amount to a war crime”.
Air strike launched at 2:10 early Saturday morning on the following Hospital which killed dozens and injured many others.
NATO secretary General Jens Stoltenberg expressed his feelings on Kunduz air raid said,”I am deeply saddened by the tragic incident involving a Doctors without Borders hospital in Kunduz. “
I extend my condolences to all those affected.
Doctors without Borders perform extraordinary humanitarian work across the world, including in Afghanistan. They play an important role in helping create the conditions for a better future for the Afghan people.
Doctors without borders in Kunduz after giving information to US officials said the bombardment continued for about half an hour..
Reported by Fahim Noori