- Last week 65 terrorists also surrendered in the same province
- 55 Islamic State terrorists surrendered
The Taliban-led government in Afghanistan has claimed that 55 Islamic State (IS) terrorists have surrendered in Nangarhar province.
According to the agency, in an official statement issued by the Taliban General Intelligence Directorate in Jalalabad, capital of Nangarhar province, 55 IS militants have laid down their weapons.
Last week, another group of 65 terrorists surrendered in the same province. Let us report that since the occupation of the Taliban in Afghanistan, the Islamic State has intensified attacks and bombings and assassinations are taking place in different places.
Earlier this month, the Taliban claimed to have destroyed an IS base in the capital, Kabul, blamed for several attacks.
A few days later, the terror group claimed a mass suicide attack in Kandahar, The Express Tribune reported. In addition, targeted killings in Nangarhar and Parwan provinces and major suicide bombings at a Shiite community mosque in the northern Kunduz province killed more than 100 people.
In addition, a suicide attack was also carried out against the Shiite Imam Bargah mosque in the city of Kandahar in southern Afghanistan, where a total of 32 people were killed and 40 injured. Here, two Islamic State boys shot dead the mosque guards and blew themselves up amid a crowd of around 300 worshipers.