In Kabul, the deputy commander of the Taliban Special Forces was eliminated.

By | September 17, 2020
In Kabul, the deputy commander of the Taliban Special Forces was eliminated.

During an anti-terrorist operation in the Afghan capital, security forces eliminated a Taliban deputy special operations commander named Gairatullah, also known as Mullah Sangin. This was reported at the Kabul police headquarters today, September 17, TOLOnews reports.

During the operation, another militant named Salahuddin Sadiq was killed in the Surobi metropolitan area and about 10 Taliban were injured. Mullah Sangin “planned a series of deadly terrorist attacks in Kabul,” Kabul police said.

The Taliban Special Forces Group (movement banned in Russia), also known as the Red Group (Sara Kheta), is a Taliban military unit often referred to in reports as “special operations forces” or “strike troops.