Taliban Killed Deputy Security Chief Of Ghazni Prison
The Office of Prisons Administration said on Thursday that Taliban abducted and then killed Mohammad Ali Ahmadi, Ghazni Prison’s Deputy Security Chief.
The official statement said that Ahmadi had been travelling along the Kabul-Ghazni highway on Tuesday this week when he was abducted, and then killed a day later.
The Taliban have not yet commented.
Second Vice President Sarwar Danesh condemned the killing and said the Taliban have started focusing more on targeting security officials.
“There is no doubt that the enemies of the Afghan people will not be able to achieve their sinister goals by committing such crimes, but their ugly faces are becoming more and more apparent,” he said.
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