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3 Taliban killed in Ghor, clashes inflict losses to gov’t forces

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Security officials in Ghor province say that the Taliban insurgents clashed with the Afghan national security and defense forces in the Saghar district of the province on Monday night.

Amirdad Parsa, spokesman for the Ghor police command reported Eight Taliban fighters and an Afghan security force member were wounded in the clash.

According to him, the clashes took place in Deh-Shir area of ​​the Saghar district of Ghor province.

Security officials in Ghor province also said that a few days ago, ANDSF launched a clean-up operation in the Saghar district of the province and five villages were cleared of Taliban militants.

The Taliban have not yet commented.

Meanwhile, Afghan local officials confirmed that at least four security forces were killed when Taliban militants attacked their outpost in the Pato district of Daikundi province.

The deputy governor of Daikundi, Muhammad Ali Uruzgani said that the Taliban launched their attack in the Tapa-e Afghan Bisim area of Pato district at around 01:00 a.m today.

At least two security forces were also wounded in the incident, he said.

Uruzgani added that the Taliban attack was repulsed and now the area is under the control of the government forces.

This comes as Ghazni police said Abul Rahman Fateh, acting police chief for Deh-Yak district was killed in a roadside bomb blast in the Tasang area of the provincial district.  

Tabassom told the media that the incident happened on Monday evening in Ghazni province.

However, Taliban spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid confirmed the attack on the district’s acting police chief,  the Taliban spokesman claimed that at least four more security forces were killed in the incident.

Ghazni Police rejected the Taliban’s claim, adding that no other security force members were harmed in the incident.

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