AT News Reports
KABUL: The National Directorate of Security (NDS) operatives launched an operation against a Taliban hideout in the northern Baghlan province, in which two insurgents were killed.
A statement released by the intelligence agency on Sunday, said that the hideout was located in the Mollayan village along the Baghlan-Balkh highway and used by Jannat Gul, a senior Taliban commander.
The statement didn’t clarify if the commander was also killed, but said a large number of weapons and ammunition including AK-47 rifles and the PK machine guns were seized in the insurgents’ hideout.
The statement said that Jannat Gul a commander for the Taliban extremist group heads a group of 15 militants in Dand-e-Shahabuddin Ghori district of Baghlan.
Jannat Gul carries out terroristic and subversives activates in the district and Baghlan-Balkh highway.