A campaign against Taliban intensified, 70 dead, including 10 civilians killed in 24 hours, hurts peace deal
The Afghan government has intensified military operations against the Taliban group. More than 70 people, including 10 civilians, have been killed across the country in 24 hours in this operation.
This latest conflict between the Taliban and the Afghan government has deeply hit the peace agreement between the US and the Taliban. However, there has been no US response to this so far.
The special thing is that a large number of Taliban militants were killed in this military operation, but innocent civilians have also fallen victim to the Taliban. Women and children are also among those who die.
11 killed in two separate bomb blasts
Provincial police spokesman Mohammad Zaman Hamdard said at least six people, including a woman and two children, were killed in the roadside bombing in Helmand province on Sunday, the other two were injured, the agency Xinhua reported.
In a similar incident, Taliban rebels killed three civilians, including two children, in Manjek district of northern Javajan province, provincial government spokesman Abdul Maroof Azar said. The house caught fire, killing one civilian and injuring four others.
A large number of terrorists killed in military operations
According to officials, 23 militants were killed and nine others injured in the operation of government forces in eastern Ghazni and neighboring provinces on Sunday. Police said the firing was also carried out by Taliban militants.
According to police, in the last 24 hours, eight militants were killed in the Karmakul district of Farib province, 13 others were injured. Provincial government spokesman Marouf Azar claimed that a dozen militants have been killed in northern Javajan province for 24 hours.
Security forces killed seven militants and wounded seven others in eastern Kapisa province in the last 24 hours. According to an interior ministry statement, a total of 14 militants were killed and 15 others were injured in Sagar district of Western Ghor province on Saturday. In Afghanistan, the spring and summer season is commonly known as the season of war.