At least 31 terrorists of Al-Qaeda Network were killed during the airstrikes in southeastern Ghazni province of Afghanistan.
The Ministry of Defense of Afghanistan in a statement said the airstrikes were carried out in the vicinity of Geru district of Ghazni, leaving at least 31 terrorists dead.
The statement further added that 9 suicide bombers were also among those killed in the airstrikes.
The airstrikes targeted a compound of Al-Qaeda Network in the Indian subcontinent which was led by Qari Arif, the Ministry of said, adding that the militants were targeted while they were attempting to transfer militants from the compound.
The Ministry of defense also added that several vehicles were also destroyed during the airstrikes.