10 Indian ‘Widows’ of Killed IS-K Terrorists Held in Kabul Jail

Indian news channel Network 18 quoted government sources as saying that at least 10 Indian women, the widows of IS-K terrorists who were killed during combat in the mountains of Nangarhar province, are now being held in Kabul’s Badam Bagh Prison.

The Indian government is debating whether to seek these 10 women’s extradition so that they can face trial on terrorism charges in India or let them serve their sentences in Afghanistan.

Some senior Indian government officials, according to media reports, have said that not all these women were combatants but they had facilitated the torture of Afghan nationals by IS-K militants.

To enhance mutual cooperation in India and Afghanistan’s fight against terrorism, Kabul announced last November that it would extradite 13 Indian terrorists, who had surrendered to the Afghan army.

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