The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) said on Wednesday, they were concerned about the casualties in targeted attacks.
“Targeted attacks are one of the bloodiest tactics in the current war, and casualties have been a serious concern,” wrote AIHRC on Twitter.
The rights commission said that such attacks “ignore” international humanitarian law that protects civilians in armed conflict.
They noted that the AIHRC was documenting recent attacks and expect the Afghan government to identify the perpetrators.
The government’s peace negotiating team member Fawzia Koofi, was shot by unidentified gunmen in the Qarabagh district of Kabul on Aug. 14.