According to the local security officials, the clashes started earlier today after scores of Taliban insurgents attacked the district.
The officials further added that requests have been sent for the deployment of reinforcements in a bid to push the Taliban insurgents and repel their attack.
The provincial council officials have warned that the district will fall to Taliban control if additional forces are not deployed into the area immediately.
The latest attack by the Taliban insurgents in Dahana-e-Ghori district comes almost three after the area was cleared from the militants presence.
The Taliban insurgents suffered heavy casualties during the clashes in Dahana-e-Ghori and Dand-e-Shahabuddin areas of northern Baghlan province earlier this year.
The operations in Baghlan were launched amid concerns that the militants of the Taliban group are preparing the spring offensive by creating sanctuaries in this province.
The Taliban insurgents launched a major attack to take control of the strategic Kunduz city earlier in the month of April but the offensive was repulsed by the Afghan security forces.
However, the security situation of a number of northern provinces including the strategic Kunduz province still remain unstable.