The most dangerous Taliban military official killed in Farah province
Reporter: Shaker Sangi
The Farah Police Command has written a newsletter that killed a Taliban commander in charge of two commissions in four provinces of Afghanistan, in the (Nal Dasht) region of Khak safid district of the province.
Mohabullah Moheb, spokesman for the Farah provincial police headquarters, said on Tuesday (8 October) that the air force fighters attacked a field vehicle carrying a Taliban militant yesterday afternoon, according to intelligence reports.
Mr Moheb said that on the vehicle, Molavi Kamran, the chief of the Taliban’s military commission responsible for three Taliban military commissions in four provinces, was killed along with Molavi Samad, chief of the three provincial ring zones, and key commander of the Taliban group, Rumi have became.