Lailuma, a resident of Kunduz city, Afghanistan was displaced two months ago due to fighting with the taliban and lost her husband in the war.
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According to the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) report the ongoing war in the country has displaced 9 lakh people in the past three months.
AIHRC member Benafsha Yaqoubi, said that the figure shows a 74 per cent rise compared to the same period last year.
The watchdog called on the warring parties to call off the fighting and announce a ceasefire.
Lailuma said, “We don’t have shelter, sometimes my children and I are hungry,”. Another displaced person Abdul Mutalib said, “I was displaced two months ago and lost everything,”.
“During one month's time, 32,284 families were displaced and this figure is shocking,” said AIHRC member Benafsha Yaqoubi.
Meanwhile, the government has begun delivering aid to internally displaced people in various provinces of the country.
“In the past two months we delivered assistance to 50,000 families across the country,” said Abdullah Walizada, media adviser to the State Ministry of Natural Disasters.