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Afghan commandos kill Taliban commander in Laghman

By Khaama Press - Mon Aug 10 2015, 2:46 pm

An Afghan commando with a joint security force engages an enemy militant element in Wardak province, Afghanistan, Oct. 21, 2009. (DoD photo by Senior Airman Jonathan Lovelady, U.S. Air Force/Released)

An Afghan commando

A commando unit of the Afghan National Army has gunned down five militants including their commander in eastern Laghman province.

Sarhadi Zwak, spokesman for the governor of Laghman province said that the insurgents were killed during a security operation in Sangara Valley of Alingar District this morning.

Zwak identified the Taliban commander as Gul Khan.

Taliban had not commented on the report by the time it was filed.

Laghman is one of the volatile provinces in the east of the country where armed insurgents are operating in parts of it. They frequently target security forces and other government officials.

The National Directorate of Security (NDS) – Afghanistan’s intelligence agency recently arrested young man who had the assignment to assassinate the preacher of Laghman’s grand mosque.

The man had previously participated in several terrorist attacks in this province.

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  1. A joint mechanism must be tried with Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) who are experts in defeating Taliban like terrorist groups…the Iranian general Solemani who heads IRGC must be invited to Kabul for discussion

    1. The ANDSF do not need the help of the IGRC. The Commandos are more than capable.

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