Taliban casualties toll in Kunduz airstrikes rises to 35


The casualties toll of the Taliban insurgents in Kunduz airstrikes has climbed to at least 35 which includes several senior members of the group.

The 209th Shaheen Corps of the Afghan National Army (ANA) forces in the North in a statement said the airstrikes were carried out over the past 48 hours in the vicinity of the restive Chardara district.

The statement further added that a total of 18 insurgents were killed and 17 others were wounded in the airstrikes.

According to Shaheen Corps, the senior members of the group killed in the airstrikes have been identified as Mullah Asadullah, Mullah Lal Mir, Mullah Mako, and Mullah Abdul Hai who is also famous as Ghazi.

The airstrikes were conducted in Dorman Payin, Mir Mohammad, Kharoti, Ghulam Ali, and Wardaks villages, the Shaheen army corps added.

According to the source, several weapons, ammunition, and other equipment including vehicles and improvised explosive devices were also destroyed during the airstrikes.


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