Taliban members captured and executed seven fighters of the National Resistance Front (NRF) in a cold-blood murder in Shaba area of Panjshir province, sources told Afghanistan International.
According to the sources, an NRF commander, Mohammad Yar, was among the dead fighters.
The other fighters who had been killed include two sons and a brother of the commander Mohammad Yar, who had been captured by the Taliban after running out of ammunition.
An informed source said that more than four people from Mohammad Yar's forces also lost their lives during the conflict with the Taliban before they were captured.
At the same time, video clips of the arrest of the resistance forces have been circulated on social media, which seems to be related to the arrest of Mohammad Yar and his men.
Mohammad Yar, one of the former commanders of the anti-Soviet Mujahideen, had joined the National Resistance Front (NRF) and had conducted numerous operations against the Taliban in Panjshir province.