Four Taliban leaders killed in an ambush by ANA in Laghman

Published By ITCT News Desk On : October 1, 2018
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Afghanistan: At least four key Afghan Taliban leaders have been killed in an ambush by Afghan forces in eastern Laghman province.

Khaama Press reports:

The Ministry of Interior (MoI) in a statement said the key Taliban leaders were killed late on Sunday night in the vicinity of Dawlat Shah district.

The statement further added that the militants killed during the ambush have been identified as Mawlavi Janat Gul, Qari Zabiullah, Qari Matiullah, and Mullah Mohammad Nabi.

According to MoI, another Taliban group leader identified as Mullah Mahmood sustained injuries during the operation.

The Afghan National Defense and Security Forces did not suffer any casualty during the operation, MoI added in its statement.

The anti-government armed militant groups including Taliban militants have not commented regarding the killing of their four key leaders so far.


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