Taliban local officials in western Badghis province say the purification commission of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) has dismissed 50 members of the Taliban affiliates due to abusive practices.
Taliban director of information and culture in Badghis, Molavi Baz Mohammad Sarwari told Raha Press reporter on Monday that the purification commission of the province has dismissed 50 members over their misbehavior or abusive practices.
He said that the dissociated members are from the districts and center of Badghis province.
Some ungrounded reports suggest that one of the main reasons for such dismissal is that they are found spying for anti-Taliban movements in Afghanistan.
It is worth mentioning that the cabinet of the Taliban interim government on mid-October decided to form a purification commission that through which they identify and dismiss those members who are less loyal to the group’s approaches.
Anamullah Samangani, deputy to spokesperson of the IEA wrote on his twitter a few days ago that the said commission has so far dismissed nearly 2000 members including some high ranking officials throughout the country.
However, some experts and social activists believe the dissociated members of the Taliban are more likely to join other extremist groups such Al-Qaeda and IS-k.