A group of ten Indian women and children, all relatives of ISIS affiliates have also surrendered to Afghan forces in eastern Nangarhar province.

Sources privy of the development have said at least 900 ISIS affiliates including foreigners have surrendered to the Afghan forces since the launch of offensive on 12th of November.

The sources further added that the Indian women and children hail from Kerala state of India who have been shifted to Kabul.

“We are evaluating them one by one. More details will emerge once this process is finished,” the Hindustan Times quoted an informed official as saying.

This comes as the Ministry of Defense of Afghanistan on Saturday announced that 22 ISIS militants surrendered to Afghan forces in Achin district on Friday.

The defense ministry had earlier announced that more than 600 ISIS militants and their family members have surrendered to Afghan forces during the recent weeks.


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