The family of women rights activist, Narges Sadat, confirmed that she had been detained by the Taliban on February 10.
They said that Taliban have not provided any information about her fate and whereabouts.
Mohammad Reza, Narges Sadat's husband, urged the United Nations and the European Union to act for the release of the women’s rights activist.
Sadat, 23, had been detained by the Taliban from the Pole- Sorkh area of Kabul.
Sadat's husband told Afghanistan International that they have contacted the Taliban intelligence offices several times, but the Taliban have ignored their requests regarding information about his wife.
Mohammad Reza said that his mother and sister have contacted the Taliban intelligence headquarters in Kabul, but haven’t received any feedback.
The Taliban didn’t comment about the detention of the women’s rights activist.
The group has cracked down against women rights activists in Afghanistan extensively for the past year.