Islamic State now appears present in all Afghan provinces, claims UN Envoy

The U.N. envoy to Afghanistan has addressed the situation after the Taliban takeover. According to the envoy, the Taliban’s dream of the Islamic State group has grown and now appears dominant in nearly all 34 provinces.

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New Delhi:  As Taliban tries its best to present itself as a government. The U.N. envoy to Afghanistan has addressed the situation after the Taliban takeover. According to the envoy, the Taliban’s dream of the Islamic State group has grown and now appears dominant in nearly all 34 provinces.
U.N. Special Representative Deborah Lyons told the U.N. Security Council that the Taliban’s response to Islamic State-Khorasan Province’s (ISKP) expansion “appears to rely heavily on extrajudicial detentions and killings. The Taliban is doing ethnic cleansing of their foes.

“This is an area deserving more attention from the international community” She stressed while mentioning Afghanistan.  Deborah’s comments came hours after a group that is an ideological foe of the Taliban, claimed responsibility for two blasts that killed one person and wounded six others in heavily Muslim majority areas of Kabul.

She said This Afghanistan needs to be regulated as soon as possible. As the Taliban Government is busy implementing Extremist Sharia laws. Whereas, other groups are growing and The Economy of the region is collapsing with civil deaths. 
The economic collapse will fuel increase drug, arms, and human trafficking and unregulated money exchanges that ‘will only help terrorism grow’ 
“This crisis will first affect Afghanistan, then they will infect the entire region.”

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