WASHINGTON: American government is thinking about the handing over a senior Taliban accused him against the charges of major human rights violation. This is being done as a good gesture when dialogues for peace process in Afghanistan continue.
Mohammad Fazl, a senior commander of Afghan army is imprisoned at the Guantanamo Bay military prison since early 2002 and is alleged to be responsible for the killing of thousands of Afghanistan’s minority between 1998 and 2001.
The detainees would not be set free, it is just the transfer of power of custody, US officials said.
They did not disclose that at what conditions, they would be detained.
The US key figures confirmed that peaceful talks are going on between the government of Afghan Hamid Karzai and Taliban leadership and hopefully, these negotiations will reach a final point soon.