Seven Terrorists, Including Hamza Waziristani, Were killed

Seven terrorists, including Hamza Waziristani, were killed in an airstrike in Afghanistan’s Ghazni province. Afghan security personnel has taken major action against the terrorists.

Seven terrorists, including Hamza Waziristani, were killed in an airstrike in the Zero district of Ghazni province on Sunday night.

Afghanistan’s official Tolo News has given this information, citing the Ministry of Defense.

All these militants killed on Sunday were accused of plotting a deadly attack in which 31 people were killed.

Tolo News quoted provincial governor spokesperson Wahidullah Jumzada as saying that a suicide car attacker detonated his explosive near a public safety unit in Ghazni on Sunday morning.

He said that the incident took place in PD 3 of Ghazni.

Zaheershah Nikmal, the head of the local public health department, said the death toll during the attack on the public safety unit has risen to 24, and most of the victims are military personnel.

Special campaign in Afghanistan to eliminate terrorists

Please tell that Afghanistan has been running a campaign against the militants. Earlier in the second week of November, 150 terrorists were killed in Afghanistan.

The Afghan Interior Ministry had informed that these Pakistani militants were killed in the operations conducted by the Afghan army in Helmand and Kandahar provinces.

55 Taliban terrorists killed

Along with this, Home Ministry spokesman Tariq Arian had also released the list of militants of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan who was killed in an encounter with the army in a press conference.

During this time, he had said that at least 55 Taliban militants have been killed in Helmand and Kandahar.

Significantly, according to a report by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), more than 6,500 Pakistani terrorists are active in Afghanistan.

Most of them are members of the Tehreek-e-Taliban. Due to Pakistani terrorists, bomb blast activities have become common in Afghanistan.

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