The operatives of the Afghan Intelligence, National Directorate of Security (NDS), have foiled deadly attacks plotted by the anti-government armed militants to target Kabul city.

According to a statement by NDS, a group of at least seven militants were arrested in connection to the attack plots.

The statement further added that the militants were tasked to target the Ghazi Amanullah Khan hosptial as well as another health facility belonging to a security institution.

The NDS also added that the detained individuals have confessed that they were trained in Ashab-ul-Jinnah, Hashemiya, Ashab-ul-Safa, Mansoori Lashkar, and Omari Lashkar religious seminaries.

They have also added that the seminaries or religious Madrasas are located in Chaman area of Pakistan.

According to the detained individuals, the Madrasas are run by a key Taliban commander Mawlavi Ahmad Kandahari and that they were sent from the same area for the attacks in Kabul city.

The anti-government armed militant groups including Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the report so far.

This comes as the anti-government armed militant groups including Taliban insurgents have been attempting to carry out large scale attacks in Kabul city and other key cities and provinces of the country during the recent months.


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