September 30, 2022

Over 10 killed as spring offensives begin across Afghanistan 

Over 10 killed as spring offensives begin across Afghanistan 

PARWAN, Apr. 25 – At least 5 policemen were killed and many more were wounded when Mujahideen lunched attacks on the headquarters of the district of Syagard and its checkpoints early this morning following the declaration of the spring Jihadi offensives, the Operation Al-Khandaq.

The fighting is said to be well underway while Mujahideen closed off Kabul-Bamyan highway in the said district

In another report, at least 4 policemen stuffed casualties when Mujahideen attacked the enemy vehicle in the provincial capital of Parwan province early this morning.

Early today, Mujahideen dismantled an enemy post in the provincial capital of Parwan province. It is not yet clear how many enemy military personnel have suffered casualties in the ensuing firefight.

In the province’s Sheik Ali district, Mujahideen blocked off Kabul –Bamyan highway.

Similarly, the Kabul-Bamyan highway remained closed off in many districts of Parwan province.

Early this morning, Mujahideen pushed back the enemy advance to reopen the Kabul-Bayan highway in Shinwari district of the province, killing 1 puppet and leaving many others wounded.

In the province’s Bagram district, Mujahideen targeted Bagram airbase early this morning, causing the U.S invaders heavy losses.

Later in the morning, Mujahideen raided an enemy base in Shinwari district of Parwan province, causing the enemy fatal losses.

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