Destruction of ISIS-K and Haqqani joint operative group in Kabul

The National Directorate of Security (NDS) has issued a statement announcing the destruction of a joint ISIS-K and Haqqani network affiliates after launching three targeted operations by the NDS special Forces in the Shakrdara district and PD 11 of Kabul city.

“The National Directorate of Security (NDS) continued its special operation to identify, pursue and eliminate terrorist cells that have killed us and disrupted the security of Kabul, this time destroying the common core of ISIS-K and the Haqqani network,” the statement added.”

The National Directorate of Security (NDS) says: “the joint cell of ISIS-K and Haqqani was led by Sanaullah, and he was the ISIS-K inscription and the Haqqani Network’s urban coordinator in Kabul. The group is said to have been responsible for a rocket attack on the inauguration of the presidential palace, an attack on a Sunni mosque in Sindh, a terrorist attack on the mosque of Martyr Mazari, and two rocket attacks on Bagram. The nucleus was also responsible for targeted assassinations in Kabul.

In these operations, eight terrorists were arrested by the National Security Forces and five other fighters were killed, in addition to weapons and ammunition, 82 artillery pieces, mortars, mortars, and 250 kilograms of explosives. Discovered. The National Directorate of Security (NDS) will continue its extensive and targeted operations to target senior leaders of regional terrorist groups and to destroy the common nuclei of terrorist networks.