In a recent development in the Afghan-Taliban conflict, at least 45 militants have been killed as fighter planes hit the Taliban-controlled districts in Badakhshan province of Afghanistan over the past two days, said reports.
Reportedly, provincial Governor’s spokesman Nik Mohammad Nazari mentioned that the government security forces had launched airstrikes against Taliban positions in Wardoj, Yamgan and Karan wa Munjan districts. In the last two days, at least 45 rebels have been killed and 15 others injured in the airstrike.
The operation ‘Pamir 207’ that was launched by the government aims at recapturing Taliban-held areas before the coming of winter and will last until the militants are wiped out.
Officials mentioned that only two security personnel were wounded in the operation.
However, no comments from the Talibani rebels have been received so far.
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