Kabul: Militants affiliated with the terror outfit Islamic State (IS) have stoned a man to death in Afghanistan’s eastern Nangarhar province over an alleged illicit sexual relationship.
The loyalists of the terror group released a statement online, claiming that the man was executed after he was found guilty of adultery, reported Khaama Press.
The group alleged that the man had illicit sexual relations with another woman despite being married.
According to the report, this is not the first case of the execution of the ordinary civilians in Afghanistan, carried out by the terror outfit.
About ten days ago, two men were beheaded on the alleged charges of having connections with the Taliban and spying for the government in the war-torn country’s Nangarhar province. (ANI)