New Delhi: Two of the three attackers were arrested on Saturday in connection with the deaths of three people in connection with music played at a wedding in eastern Afghanistan, the Taliban government said. Is Zabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the Taliban government, denied that the attackers were working for the Islamic Movement, which attacked a wedding party in the village of Shamshpur Mar Ghundi in Nangarhar province on Friday night.
& ldquo; As a result of the shooting, at least three people were killed and many more were injured. & Rdquo; The Taliban have detained two suspects in connection with the incident and one has absconded, who is still being pursued. The perpetrators of the incident, who used the name of the Islamic Emirate to carry out their personal disputes, have been handed over to face Sharia law, & rdquo; he said.
However, former Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh claimed on Saturday that the Taliban had opened fire in Nangarhar province. "Silence the music at the wedding party"
In a tweet, Amrullah Saleh claimed on Saturday that the Taliban militia had killed 13 people to silence music at a wedding party in Nangarhar.
Condemning the act, Saleh said, & ldquo; For 25 years, Pakistan has trained them to kill the culture of Afghanistan and the ISI to control our land. Replaced by the fanaticism created by. It’s working now. This regime will not last, but unfortunately, Afghans will continue to pay the price until the moment of its death." Former Vice President, who currently himself "Acting President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan"
Music was banned under the previous Taliban regime, but the new government has not yet issued such a decree, its leadership still said. Denies its use in entertainment and sees it as a violation of Islamic law.
Between 1996 and 2001, the previous Taliban government strictly interpreted Islamic law and imposed harsh public punishments. Done.