An infighting among Taliban militants left four militants dead in central Wardak province, the Afghan military said.

According to a statement released by 203rd Thunder Corps, the Taliban militants clashed with each other in Wardak province which left 4 militants of the group dead.

The statement further added that a local commander of the group identified as Asad was among those killed.

Asad was involved in destructive and disruptive activities on Highway#1 of Wardak province, the 203rd Thunder Corps added in its statement.

Meanwhile, the 203rd Thunder Corps said the security forces killed 2 Taliban militants and wounded 3 others during a joint operation in Nogha and Aashoqan areas of Ghazni province.

The Explosives Ordnance Disposal team of the Afghan military also discovered and defused 4 improvised explosive devices in Paktika province, the 203rd Thunder Corps added.

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