NATO-led International Security Assistance Force following a statement on Sunday announced, Afghan and coalition security force killed Haqqani leader Rahmatullah during a security operation in Logar province Saturday.

The source further added, Rahmatullah, also known as Qari Moktar or Mohammad Qasim Qari, was responsible for coordinating direct-fire and improvised-explosive-device attacks against Afghan and coalition forces in Pul-e Alam district.

In a separate operation Afghan and coalition security force arrested a Haqqani leader in Ghazni province today, ISAF said following the statement adding that the detained Haqqani leader is believed to be directly associated with suicide and IED attack operations.

Afghan and coalition forces confirmed the death of a Taliban leader, Shafiullah, in an operation in Ghazni province Sunday, ISAF said adding that Shafiullah was a Taliban leader accused of planning and executing the May 29, 2011, attack that killed three coalition members.

Afghan and coalition forces confirmed the death of Taliban leader, Zafar Khan, in a security operation in Ghazni province Wednesday. Khan, a Taliban leader who exercised command and control of the insurgency in a portion of Ghazni province, was also believed to be involved in the Sept. 9 attack on Jaghatu District Center.

ISAF also said Afghan and coalition forces confirmed the arrest of a Taliban leader during a security operation in Helmand province Friday. He is allegedly responsible for directing multiple attacks targeting Afghan and coalition forces throughout Helmand province.

Anti-government armed militant groups yet to comment regarding the reports.