In the wake of the withdrawal of foreign troops from war-torn Afghanistan, Taliban militants launched a brutal offensive. Afghan security forces are also constantly fighting the Taliban. Now the Afghan National Security Forces (ANDSF) has conducted a joint operation with the Afghan Air Force (AAF), where more than 40,000 Taliban terrorists have been killed in the past two hours. Delete. Let us know that the Central Asian country, the Afghan army, has been carrying out a series of attacks on Taliban positions since Saturday (July 1, 2021), killing dozens of terrorists. With this a huge amount of ammunition has been destroyed.
According to the latest information, the Afghan Ministry of Defense (MoD) has confirmed that a total of 555 terrorists were killed in the operation, and another 222 were injured. The ministry said the troops targeted terrorist camps in Nangarhar, Paktiya, Paktika, Logar, Kandahar, Herat, Faryab, Jowzjan, Balkh, Samgan, Helmand, Takhar, Kunduz and Baglan and Kapisa provinces. Earlier, the ministry shared a video of the airstrikes in Jharkhand. In this 6-second video, the missile is seen flying over terrorist camps.
It is noteworthy that Addressing a meeting of the Virtual Cabinet, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said on Sunday (August 1, 2021) that the situation in the country fighting violence would change in the coming months. He emphasized that the security of the city was a priority for his government. The Taliban has become ‘more brutal and more repressive’ in the last two decades.
“They have no desire for peace, prosperity or progress,” Gani said. We want peace but they want surrender. They will not have meaningful conversations until the situation on the battlefield changes. So, we have to take a clear position. For this, the whole country must unite against the Taliban.
Notably, the Taliban killed civilians and members of the security forces after a recent attack in the Malistan district of Afghanistan’s central province of Ghazni. Dead shot dead Has been done. Ghazni civil society activist Meena Naderi at a press conference in Kabul on Sunday (July 25, 2021) It says Taliban militants have committed war crimes and killed civilians not involved in the fighting since the Taliban took control of Malistan district.