More than 200 Taliban terrorists were killed in airstrikes in Afghanistan

The Taliban on Sunday faced severe victims when the air forces targeted their meeting and hiding in Shebergan City, killing 200 members of the Terrorist clothing, according to the Afghan defence ministry official.

“More than 200 Terrorists were killed in Shebergan City after air forces targeted their meetings and hideaway today. A large number of their weapons and the ammunition and more than 100 of their vehicles were destroyed as a result of air strikes,” Tweeted Fawad Safe, Ministry of Defense Officials Afghanistan.

The Taliban meeting is targeted by the B-52 bomber in Shebergan City in Jawzjan Province today at 6:30 a.m.

Previously, a Pakistani terrorist was arrested by Afghan command forces in the suburbs of the centre of Ghazni Province today. He was involved in the terrorist activities and the murder of civilians.

The capital of the province of Jawzjan in Afghanistan northern Afghanistan fell to the Taliban after the clash of violence for a week with government forces, that Tolo News reported on the Saturday.

The Afghan news agency also reported that the strategic city of Seberghan was the second capital city of the Taliban in the last two days.

Local lawmakers blamed the Afghan government for the security situation at Jawzjan and said it was still indifferent to this problem. This happened when 150 members of the public rebellion forces had just arrived in Sheberghan to help other troops in the field, media reports on Friday.

On Friday, the Taliban captured the provincial capital of Nimroz in southwestern Afghanistan. Zaranj fell to the Taliban without resistance by government forces, reported.

At the UNSC meeting in Afghanistan on Friday, member countries expressed concern about the situation that deteriorated and called for political solutions.

Meanwhile, support for the Afghan government and its troops grew among residents. Religious scholars in Nangarhar Province contributed blood to the injured Afghan national defence and security forces. They expressed their support for And and promised that they supported Afghan forces forever.

The US also promised to fight the Taliban after they pulled his troops from Afghanistan.

30 Pakistani terrorists, Al-Qaeda members in Indian continental children were killed by American Air Force airstrikes (AAF) in Lashkargah City, Helmand Province Center on Saturday, told the Afghan defence ministry officials.

In addition, the Taliban hiding place in the suburbs of the Kunduz Province is targeted by AAF today. The Taliban suffered severe victims as a result of airstrikes.

Until now, 385 Taliban terrorists were killed, and 210 others were injured as a result of the And operation in Nangarhar, Logar, Ghazni, Paktika, Wardak, Kandahar, Herat, Farah, Jowzjan, Sisangan, Helmand, Takhar, Baghlan & Kapisa Province for the last 24 hours.

Afghan permanent representative of the United Nations Ghulam M Isaczai said that the Taliban received assistance from foreign fighters in transnational terrorist networks while carrying out the actions of “Biadac” in a torn country war.

“In the actions of the Taliban intentional barbarism are not alone. They are assisted by foreign fighters from transnational terrorist networks. Together they threaten peace, security and stability in Afghanistan and also in our area and outside,” said Isaczai.