At least 6 security forces, including a border police commander, were killed and further four wounded in a “Taliban attack” in northern Kunduz province, local officials said on Monday.
The incident occurred in Imam Sahib district of Kunduz on Sunday night after the Taliban attacked a security outpost, Karimi Sadiqi, a provincial council member told Reporterly.
“The Imam Saheb and Dasht-e Archi districts are always under serious threats. There are always clashes and the insurgents’ ambushes. If the same situation continues, it would be far away that the security returns to normal,” Karimi Sadiqi said.
In the meantime, the spokesman of Kunduz governor, Esmatullah Muradi confirmed the attack, but he refused to comment on the number of casualties.
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The local security officials have not yet commented on the attack.
However, local media reported that fightings continued till early Monday, and at least 10 security forces were killed and 6 more were wounded.
The Taliban took responsibility for the attack on Twitter. The group’s spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahed, dubbed the assault as part of their ongoing “al-Fath” offensives.
This comes as the clashes has remarkably increased between the Afghan forces and Taliban in the province.