A fighter aircraft has attacked a Taliban hideout in the Sholgara region of Afghanistan’s northern Balkh province.
New Delhi. A fighter aircraft has attacked a Taliban hideout in the Sholgara region of Afghanistan’s northern Balkh province. Four terrorists have been killed in this attack, while five others have been seriously injured. However, the incident has not yet been confirmed by the Taliban. Army officials say Taliban terrorist activities have increased following the White House’s statement announcing the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan soon.
Five soldiers and eight militants killed in the explosion on Saturday night
The statement said that there were attacks in Bagh-e-Pahalwan area of the district on Sunday evening and as a result four armed rebels were killed, while five others were injured. Let us tell you that earlier five soldiers and eight militants were killed in the blast in northern Badakhshan province of Afghanistan on Saturday night. This was confirmed by a local source on Sunday. Abdul Rajik, from the Afghan National Army’s 217 Pamir Corps, told the news agency Xinhua that armed militants attacked an Afghan regional army outpost in the vicinity of Vadrej district, resting at midnight.
10 soldiers and eight terrorists injured
He said 10 soldiers and eight militants were injured in the fighting. The US and NATO troops in Afghanistan are moving out of war-torn Afghanistan. About 3,500 US forces and 7,000 NATO troops will withdraw before September 11, the day marking the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks. This day pushed America into the war in Afghanistan.