The Afghan forces busted a recruitment ring of ISIS terrorist group and arrested three people including a university lecturer during a special operation in Kabul city.

The Afghan Intelligence, National Directorate of Security (NDS) said in a statement the Special Forces of the directorate busted the recruitment ring of the terror group during an operation in Kabul city.

The statement further added that the NDS Special Forces arrested three individuals during the operation including a university lecturer.

Furthermore, the National Directorate of Security said the group was led by Mubasher Muslimyar, one of the lecturers of Kabul University.

The National Directorate of Security also added that the NDS Special Forces also arrested Ahmad Tariq Janat Gul and Ahmad Farooq son of Janat who were also busy recruiting militants into ISIS ranks.

Meanwhile, the National Directorate of Security said two of detained individuals have confessed that they were recruited into ISIS ranks by Zahir Dayi, Mohammad Maroof Rasukh, Mubarshir Muslimyar and Obaidullah Mutawakil.

They also added that the ISIS recruitment leaders were initially inviting the recruits to Salafism and then into ISIS ranks.

The ISIS sympathizers have not commented regarding the report so far.