London: A UK court has opened an investigation into the extrajudicial killing of dozens of civilians during the Afghan war without giving them a chance to clean up.
According to the World News Agency, previously Australia has also arrested a soldier during the investigation of war crimes committed by its soldiers during the Afghan war, who could possibly be imprisoned for life.
After Australia, Britain has started an investigation into the extrajudicial killing of more than 50 innocent Afghan citizens by its soldiers in Afghanistan.
It should be noted that the BBC showed in a documentary that British soldiers killed dozens of people during raids in the Afghan province of Helmand between 2010 and 2011.
In the last month of last year, the British Ministry of Defense announced an investigation and an inquiry committee was also formed, the head of which was Judge Lord Justice Hayden Cave.
In this regard, British judge Lord Justice Hayden Cave, the head of the inquiry committee, said that evidence of extrajudicial and serious violations of the law has been revealed in Afghanistan.
The British judge further said that it has become necessary for the reputation of the country and the armed forces that these soldiers should be handed over to the authorities for investigation and accountability.
Judge Hayden Cave said that either these allegations against these soldiers are false or if there is truth in them, the army and the country can make themselves red by transparent investigation and bring those responsible to justice and proudly say we have The matter was transparently reviewed.