The Taliban movement announced the expulsion 200 of its members for failing to perform their duties.
Madrid (European News Agency). The Taliban movement announced that 200 of its members were expelled. It was decided recently by a special monitoring commission, which assessed their behavior.
An unnamed committee source told Russia’s official satellite news agency: “About 200 people have been expelled from the team, and this process is still ongoing.”
In recent weeks, the Taliban launched an investigation against all members of the Taliban who have used their power to gain personal gains in large cities they control since August 15.
Qari Said Josti (spokesman for the Afghan Ministry of Interior) reported that the committee was established to the Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Interior and National Security Agency in October 2013.
The spokesperson stated that committee members could use aggressive methods to expel corrupt elements in the new Taliban government agencies under certain circumstances.
They could be criminals or people with criminal backgrounds, beneficiaries from nepotism, or individuals who have been scolded in their community.