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27 Taliban Terrorists Killed: Major Action By Security Forces In Afghanistan, 27 Taliban Terrorists Killed

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Security forces in Afghanistan have soured the teeth of terrorists. Last night, the security forces foiled two attacks, defeating the plans of the terrorists. It is reported that 27 terrorists have been killed in the action taken by the army. Another 11 are injured. Also, there is news that security personnel has also been martyred in this action.

The army gave a befitting reply

According to police, hundreds of Taliban militants attacked Khan Abad and Ali Abad, which are only a few miles from the provincial capital Kunduz. Giving information, the police said that the terrorists have been driven out from Ali Abad and efforts are on to drive out Khan Abad from the enemies. Sporadic clashes continued in Khanabad on Saturday morning as militants were using civilian properties as shields in retaliation. According to a police officer, the terrorists tried to control Khan Abad as they advanced into the central areas of the area on Saturday morning. During this, the security forces gave a befitting reply to him.

Thousands displaced in the last few weeks

In fact, since the announcement of the official withdrawal by US and NATO forces from Afghanistan in the month of May, Taliban militants have intensified a series of attacks. They are mostly targeting provincial capitals, districts, and checkpoints. Thousands of Afghans have been displaced in the past few weeks.

The withdrawal of American troops will be completed by September 11

The withdrawal of international troops from Afghanistan will be completed by September 11. Recently, US Secretary of State Tony Blinken said that America is only withdrawing its troops from Afghanistan. He is not ending his presence in Afghanistan. The US will maintain a strong diplomatic presence in Afghanistan to provide economic and humanitarian assistance. On the instructions of US President Joe Biden, the work of withdrawing American troops from Afghanistan by September has started. Half of its soldiers have so far returned from the war-torn country.

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