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Govt. decisive to suppress insurgents in Malistan, Jaghori districts

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Since a week, Taliban and other insurgent groups have attacked Uruzgan-e-Khas, Malistan and Jaghori districts, aim to take the control of these areas.
They have continued killing people, a move caused some citizens to leave their homes and take shelter in other places.
To respond these cruel actions, the government of Afghanistan has dispatched special and commando forces to the mentioned areas to foil the enemies’ malicious designs and they could impose heavy casualties on enemies so far.
Sending supplies and equipment was continuing until Monday and airstrikes have been launched on insurgent groups’ gathering centers, resulted in killing and injuring enemies and destruction of their equipment.
In a telephone conversation with protesters gathered in Pashtounistan Square on Monday, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani shared the government’s steps in this respect with them.
The mentioned districts’’ security would be ensured, the president said, stressing that ground and air forces have been ordered to spare no effort in suppressing the enemies.
Earlier, during a news conference, the national defense ministry’s chief of army staff reported about the security and defensive entities’ decisiveness on ensuring security of citizens and the country.
He vowed the people of Afghanistan not to accept any delay, adding the Afghan security forces are committed in this respect.
In fact, we have all witnessed that despite challenges, the Afghan security forces have bravely resisted in the battlegrounds to defend the country.
It should be said to those who have sustained casualties in the mentioned districts to trust in your sons in security forces ranks and cooperate with them.
We would pass through these hard days, and security would ensure and the people would start their routine life in these districts.
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