Afghanistan northern 209 Shaheen corps in a statement said on Monday that 17 Taliban fighters including the group’s red unit commander were killed as a result of air and ground operations launched by the country’s security forces in Faryab province.



Afghanistan northern 209 Shaheen corps in a statement said on Monday that 17 Taliban fighters including the group’s red unit commander were killed as a result of air and ground operations launched by the country’s security forces in Faryab province.

The attacks were carried out through air and ground in Khaja Sabzposh, Shirin Tegab and Ghormach districts of Faryab province where 17 Taliban fighters, including Mullah Rahim, the Taliban red unit commander were killed.
According to the statement, Mullah Qader, the group’s judge for Ghormach district is also among the dead bodies.

Northern Faryab province have witnessed widespread attacks by the Taliban group after the termination of Taliban ceasefire with the Afghan government.


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