Kabul: At least 41 prisoners, including 19 soldiers, have been released from a Taliban prison in Herat province after an operation, according to a statement released by the Commando Media Office on Tuesday.
The statement added that the operation was launched in Marwa village of Pashtun Zarghun district of Herat province and during the clashes, seven Taliban insurgents were killed and some ammunition was seized by security forces, and six of their motorcycles were destroyed.
The Taliban have not yet commented on the matter. On Monday, the Ministry of National Defense had announced that eight soldiers had been released from a Taliban prison in Baghlan province as a result of a commando operation. The operation was launched at a Taliban prison in the village of Omar Khel in the Baghlan Markazi district of Baghlan province, the ministry said in a statement.
The Afghan Ministry of Defense also added that 13 members of the al-Qaeda network have been killed in targeted attacks by Afghan forces in Helmand province.
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According to the ministry’s statement, the operation was carried out after on Monday with the aim of suppressing terrorists in the Popelzo area of Khanshin district.
The dead included all members of the al-Qaeda network in the Indian subcontinent who were skilled in making mines and training terrorists to use night vision goggles.
Further details on the identities of al-Qaeda members have not been released.
Meanwhile, six people have been injured in a roadside bomb blast in Qarabagh district of Kabul province, said police officials.
The incident took place at 7.35am on Tuesday, said Ferdows Faramarz, spokesperson for the Kabul Police Command. It is said that in this incident, a Humvee tank of the army forces hit a roadside mine.
The wounded included three soldiers and three civilians, including a child. The injured were taken to a hospital for treatment.
No individual or group has claimed responsibility for the attack.