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Prominent Taliban commander Mawlavi Jundullah and his 18 fighters killed in Faryab

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The security forces killed a prominent Taliban commander Mawlavi Junudullah during an operation in northern Faryab province.

The Special Operations Corps in a statement said the Special Forces conducted an operation against a Taliban hideout in Kolian area of Bulchiragh district.

The statement further added that the security forces killed Mawlavi Jundullah, one of the prominent commanders of Taliban during the raid.

Furthermore, the Special Forces also killed 18 fighters of Jundullah during the same operations.

The Special Operations Corps also added that the security forces also wounded 9 Taliban militants during the raid.

The Taliban group has not commented in this regard so far.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. IF THE AFGHAN SECURITY FORCES IS CORRUPT AND WANT RUN THE GOVERNMENT AS A GOVERNMENT IS RAN TO SERVE THEN A WAR WITH THE TALIBAN IS POINTLESS AND WILL NOT YIELD POSITIVE RESULTS.. BUT IF THEY GET IT RIGHT THE AFGHAN SECURITY FORCES WILL AND CAN BE MORE POWERFUL AND MORE RUTHLESS THAN ALL THE TALIBAN PUT TOGETHER… May God Bless Afghanistan!!

  2. Still a civilian govt is better tha terror group or military backed fake govt like in Pakistan history has shown that authoritarian rule is far more corrupt than civilian govt

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