Kabul, National Resistance Front: Nizamuddin Dadkhwah, a retired general and former head of Kabul Traffic Department, died of a stroke after he was humiliated during the raid operation on his house.
Mr Dadkhwah suffered a heart attack on Monday, the 1st of March, after being brutally beaten by the Taliban and insulted by group members during a search of his home.
The Taliban have been raiding people's homes for several days, invading their privacy for no apparent reason, and are not refraining from torture, insults, or humiliating the residents.
House-to-house searches have harassed people, and the terrorist Taliban have initiated a particular operation based on ethnic lines.
In many homes, members of this criminal group have entered people's privacy by overpassing the wall without the landlord's permission and, in some cases, have even fired live ammunition to inform the landlord before entering. This situation has caused fear and panic among the people, particularly women and children. Especially the raid operation in the provinces are the worst, and people are stressed due to the terrorizing action of the members of this criminal group and their inhuman treatment.
The images shared on social media show the insult and humiliation the members of this oppressive group inflict on the privacy of men and women.