Taliban insurgents have beheaded own fighters in eastern Afghanistan.
Hafiz Abdul Qayoum, acting governor of Nooristan province says that Taliban executed six members of their group on Thursday after accusing them of having relationship and spying for the government, according to Khaama News Agency on Saturday.
Abdul Qayoum called the incident as a result of the differences within local Taliban groups in Kamdish District.
Taliban spokesman has not commented on the report yet.
This is not the 1st time Taliban are executed by own comrades. A group of Taliban was executed by another group after being accused of failing in the fight against Afghan government also in Nooristan province about a year ago.
Hafiz Abdul Qayoum had said that the group who carried out the execution was around 100 people related to the Lashkar-i-Taiba insurgent group of Pakistan.
He had warned that the group could become dangerous.
Nooristan province is one of the restive parts of Afghanistan located in the east. It shares a long border with Pakistan.