According to Afghanistan Defense Ministry, Taliban forces killed Akmal Ameer, a prominent anti-Taliban commander, along with his eight comrades in the Parwan province of Afghanistan.
The Defense Ministry said that during an operation in the Northern Province of Afghanistan, Parwan killed Akmal Ameer with his eight comrades on Tuesday.
The statement added that the forces of the 221st Aftab Unit of the 313th Central Army Corps had launched an operation against the hideout of the Resistance Front in the Salang District of Parwan province, which resulted in the killing of Akmal Ameer, one of the senior commanders and his eight comrades.
The statement added that several weapons and ammunition had been seized during the operation, including one rocket rifle, 2 RPGs, 4 AK-47, 2 Carmel Rifles and one night Camera frame.
The statement claimed that the Taliban security forces would not allow any individual or group to disrupt the security and peace in the country.
Akmal was a former commander of the Afghan National Defense Security Forces (ANDSF) who had joined the National Resistance Front (NRF) after the fall of the previous government.
Ahmad Massoud formed and led the National Resistance Front after the Kabul collapse.
The National Resistance Front of Afghanistan, also known as the Second Resistance, is an anti-Taliban front, and the founder of the NRF is Ahamd Massoud.