Air forces targeted at gatherings and hideouts of the Taliban kill more than 200 of them and destroys their ammunition in the evening.
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Taliban hideouts destroyed in the Shebergan
On Sunday, 200 members of the Taliban were killed and faced several casualties when Air Forces targeted their hideouts and gatherings in the city of Shebergan as per reports.
Fawad Aman, an Afghan defence ministry official tweets:
“More than 200 terrorist Taliban were killed in Shebergan city after Air Forces targeted their gathering and hideouts today evening. A large number of their weapons and ammunition and more than 100s of their vehicles were destroyed as a result of the airstrikes,”
According to the tweets by the Afghan Defence Ministry official, the Taliban gathering was targeted by a B-52 bomber in the Jawzjan province at Shebergan city in the evening and due to the US Airstrike, there have been several casualties.
Afghan government’s indifference regarding the matters at hand
Earlier a Pakistani terrorist who was involved in the killing of civilians and terrorist activities was arrested by the commando forces in Afghan.
According to reports from a news agency, the strategic city of Sheberghan is the second provincial capital to fall to the Taliban in the last two days.
Meanwhile, the Afghan Government and its forces are receiving a lot of support from the citizens. Religious scholars in Nangarhar province donates blood to the wounded of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces. They also expressed their support for ANDSF and pledges that they will support the Afghan forces forever.
After withdrawing their forces from Afghan, the US has also pledged to counter the Taliban.
According to current reports and updates on the matter, about 385 Taliban terrorists have been killed and 210 others have been wounded as a result of ANDSF operations in Nangarhar, Logar, Ghazni, Paktika, Maidan Wardak, Kandahar, Herat, Farah, Jowzjan, Samangan, Helmand, Takhar, Baghlan & Kapisa provinces during the last 24 hours.