The situation worsens in Afghanistan, Taliban hangs a man by beating him publicly, VIDEO Viral

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The situation worsens in Afghanistan, Taliban hangs a man by beating him publicly, VIDEO Viral


After the arrival of the Taliban, such scenes in Afghanistan will now become common in the coming days. The UN has already announced the death of people from starvation in Afghanistan.


Kabul. The situation in Afghanistan is changing rapidly after the Taliban came to power. The Taliban have also started brutally punishing people under Sharia laws. The latest picture is from Herat, where a man has been publicly hanged after being killed by the Taliban. The video of this incident has also surfaced. It has been tweeted by Afghan journalist Hezbollah Khan. He wrote- 'Taliban has started giving death sentence publicly inside the cities. This is the case with Herat. (watch video)


Families are selling children in Kabul

In a month, the people of Afghanistan are facing many troubles. Businesses have closed. GDP is in bad shape. The assets of the country have already been frozen by foreign entities and America. The UN has already announced the death of people from starvation in Afghanistan. In such a situation, poor families in Kabul are forced to sell their children. The video of this incident is going viral on social media.

What is in the video

This video has been shared by Afghan journalist Hezbollah Khan from his Twitter handle. He tweeted, this sad scene in Afghanistan. People are now forced to sell their children due to poverty. In this, a person is holding a child in his lap and on the other hand is holding a child's hand. He is muttering something in the pakto. Meanwhile, a woman is seen sitting on the ground, who is in a burqa. She is probably the man's wife. A man gives the child of his lap to his wife.

Who is Hezbollah Khan?

Hezbollah Khan is a senior journalist from Afghanistan. Articles are published in his global newspapers such as Jerusalem Post, The Independent, The Globe Post, The Diplomat. He is constantly sending reports on the latest situation in Afghanistan to all the major newspapers of the world.