Kabul: 175 Taliban terrorists were killed in the conflict that was sparked with the Afghan security forces in the Kandahar province of Afghanistan. The Afghan security forces informed that these included seven Taliban commanders. At the same time, IS has accepted the responsibility of the terror attack at the Kabul University. But the Afghan government has made a clear claim that Taliban was involved in the attack.
Violence has tremendously increased in the Kandahar province of Afghanistan since the last few days. Common people are becoming victims of this violence. Against the background of increasing Taliban activities, the Afghan security forces have initiated a strong campaign against the Taliban. A fierce encounter flared up between Afghan security forces and Taliban on Sunday night. Security forces killed 175 Taliban terrorists in the conflict, including seven commanders. As per reports, 26 terrorists were injured during the conflict. Taliban claimed that it suffered minor losses in the Kandahar conflict. Whereas, the security forces have claimed that the Taliban was badly hit in the conflict.
Meanwhile, the terrorist organisation IS has accepted the responsibility of the terror attack on the Kabul University on Monday. Twenty-two people had died in the attack. But the Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh claimed that it was Taliban who is responsible for the attack. Saleh added that the weapons used in this attack are the ones used by the Taliban. Saleh said that the box recovered from the terrorists had a Taliban flag. Therefore, Vice President Saleh insisted that it is not IS, but Taliban, who is responsible for the attack.