Kabul – After the escalation of clashes in Panjshir province between the National Resistance Front forces and the Taliban rebels, sources in Kandahar province have confirmed that the dead bodies of 20 Taliban fighters have been transferred to this province, and then to Helmand, Urozgan, and Zabul provinces during the past two days of fighting in the province.
Among the killed ones, 5 are from Helmand, 6 from Urozgan, and the rest are from Kandahar and Zabul provinces.
It is said that many of them are the fighters of a famous Taliban commander named Peer Agha, who is currently in the fight with the Resistance forces in Panjshir.
For the past three days, the fight has been escalating in different areas of Panjshir and casualties have been inflicted on both sides.
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Source: Hasht-e Subh Daily