The incident reportedly took place late Sunday in the vicinity of Chaparhar district where ISIS fighters are operating in its remote areas.
This is not the first time the terror fighters behead people on charges of having links with the governmental institutions.
Last week, the group also beheaded a 13 year old child with the same charges in northern Jawzjan province.
Despite growing military campaign by Afghan and foreign forces against the group, ISIS seems to be expanding its foothold across the county.
Yesterday, a suicide bomber allegedly linked with the ISIS group struck a gathering of civilians who came to receive their voting cards for the upcoming election.
Afghan security officials have updated the death toll of the incident, saying at least 69 people were killed in the brutal attack.