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Nearly 100 militants killed in past 24-hour

16 Mar 2019 Afghanistan Times

AT News Report

KABUL: At least 94 militants have been killed and 18 others received

injures in multiple extensive military crackdowns conducted by the Afghan

security forces across the country within past 24 hours, security officials

said Saturday.

Ministry of Defense in a statement said the Afghan National Army

(ANA) in collaboration with Afghan National Police (ANP) and National

Directorate of Security (NDS) personal conducted joint operations against

insurgents in different areas of Laghman, Khost, Logar, Paktia, Paktika,

Urzgan, Zabul, Badghis, Farah, Balkh, Baghlan, Jawzjan and Helmand provinces

that left 94 dead and 18 others wounded.

The Afghan National Defense Security Forces shelled and

bombed the enemies’ positions and sanctuaries by artilleries and air forces.

During these operations, 51 Taliban fighters killed and tens

of weapons belonged to the enemy destroyed in Balamurghab district of Badghis—21

militants killed, one wounded and two hideouts with weapons and ammunitions

destroyed in Dehrawood district and center of Urzgan, while seven other killed

in Chmatal district of Balkh province.

Similarly, six terrorist linked with Haqqani terrorist

network were killed and an ammunition cache destroyed in Gomal district of

Paktika, five rebels were killed and 12 others wounded in Mandagar village of

Farah—two militants killed and two others wounded in Arghandab district of

Zabul—two insurgents killed and three others wounded in Jawzjan highway, the

statement added.

Unfortunately, two soldiers have also killed and six others

wounded during operation as well.     

In past 24 hours, six planed clearing operations, and 79 Special

Forces operations conducted in different provinces; also, Air Forces conducted 86

aerial operations supporting Afghan National Army including 13 strikes on

enemy’s sanctuaries.

The ANA discovered and confiscated weapons and ammunition in

the operations as well.

Original Link: http://www.afghanistantimes.af/nearly-100-militants-killed-in-past-24-hour/

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