Taliban Freeze Accounts Of Former Afghan Officials

Date: Sep 10, 2021, 11:08

The Taliban have ordered banks to freeze accounts of former Afghan officials including government workers and lawmakers.

The Taliban have written to private banks seeking a list of all accounts linked to the Afghans who worked with the previous US-backed regime.

According to Kabul-based BBC journalist Khalili Noori, the group has ordered banks to freeze accounts of former Afghan ministers, deputies, MPs and mayors.


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