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Tuesday, March 20, 2017

Maimana (BNA) Seven armed Taliban militants were killed and four others were injured in a conflict carried out by security troops in Faryab province late last night.
The clash occurred in suburb of Ghormach district bazaar while armed Taliban stormed on a convoy of security forces.
A local police commander of Faryab province told BNA, in the conflict, seven militants lost their lives and four others were injured.
It is said that no any harm sustained to security forces and residents in the conflict. 
 

Monday March 20, 2017

Kabul (BNA) President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani during telephone conversation with provincial security officials said the country’s security forces needed enough and on-time military supply, a plan he believed would help the forces succeed against enemy.
Besides asking for exact report about the security forces, under any conditions, the country’s more often holds telephone conversations with all security commanders in the center and provinces to assure them that the government leadership was alongside them and ready for support. The conversations take place, when reports reveal the Afghan security troops have no food immunity and lacked on time military supply and equipment, but they are in the frontline of war to fight terrorism and the country’s enemy. The country’s security forces are engaged in war against a coward enemy and such an ignorant group abides by no Islamic and human principles.
The country’s president has been quoted in a statement released by the presidential press office as managing telephone conversations with some security in-charges in Faryab, Kunar and some other key security officials. The officials provided him with reports about their activities and usual preparation in suppressing the enemy, but asked for on-time military supply to help them take measure against the enemy prior to face any possible offensives from the enemy. This is to be noted that the country’s security forces lacked enough military equipment and ammunition and in most security cases waiting for help from the international coalition. They would defeat and face terrorists with irreparable elimination, if they were equipped with modern and sophisticated weapons and the international community should also pay attention to the biggest challenge and provide more equipment, most importantly help powerful air-force for the Afghan forces instead of sending additional troops to fight the stubborn terrorists.
This is while, some donor countries, particularly the US are making excuse that the Afghan forces equipment and modern and sophisticated weapons would be taken by enemy in the battlefield due to their unskillfulness. But, in order to take security of the country and help restore peace, there is a need to equip domestic forces with enough and modern military equipment, as they only familiar with territories, rather to trust in the foreign with heavy strangeness to the Afghan strategic and war zones. The Afghan security institutions should also take measure to prevent unregistered sim-cards use as attack on Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan—the main military hospital was the result of communication between the attackers and ground providers through such unregistered cell phones’ Sims.
Hamidullah Faizi
 

Monday March 20, 2017

Kabul (BNA) At least 15 Taliban militants were killed and 12 injured during separate clashes with army in three Afghan Northern provinces within 24 hours, an army source said on Sunday.
“One militant was killed and two others injured in Dasht-e-Archi district of Kunduz province on Saturday,” Nastraullah Jamshidi, a press officer of army’s Corps 209 Shaheen based in the region said.
In neighboring Baghlan province, seven militants were killed and 10 others wounded after army cleared several villages from militants’ presence in Baghlan-e-Markazi district.
Seven other militants were killed during clashes in Pashton Kot district of Faryab province.
Some four Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and landmines were also defused within the period, Jamshidi noted.
The Kunduz province and neighboring Baghlan and Faryab provinces have been the scene of heavy clashes over the past couple of months as Taliban has been trying to challenge the government forces in the once relatively peaceful region.
The Taliban militant group has yet to make comments.
 

Monday March 20, 2017

Zaranj City (BNA) As per decree of 167 President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, 21 prisoners were freed from prison in southern Nimroz province.
Ahmad Arab spokesman of Nimroz governor told BNA reporter, the decree received at 1395/12/28 from presidential palace and based on the mentioned decree 21 inmates were released and the term of 7 other prisoners reduced.
 

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