She cited “a number of” allegations of Taliban house-to-house searches on the lookout for officers from the earlier authorities and “individuals who cooperated with US safety forces and corporations”.
Such searches occurred in at the least a half-dozen cities, Bachelet stated. UN staffers have additionally reported growing assaults and threats, she added, with out offering specifics.
“My workplace has obtained credible allegations of reprisal killings of quite a lot of former ANSF (Afghan National Security Forces) personnel, and reviews of officers, who labored for earlier administrations and their relations being arbitrarily detained,” she stated. “In some circumstances, the officers had been launched, and in others, they had been discovered useless.”
Bachelet additionally highlighted “deeply troubling info” about Taliban raids on places of work of some advocacy teams.
“In contradiction to assurances that the Taliban would uphold girls’s rights, over the previous three weeks girls have as a substitute been progressively excluded from the general public sphere,” she advised the 47-member council because it opened its autumn session.
She stated women aged over 12 have been barred from attending faculty in some locations in Afghanistan, and “Women’s Affairs” departments had been at occasions dismantled.