Resistance leader’s nephew killed in anti-Taliban stronghold: report

The Afghan National Resistance Front said another senior member of their group had been killed.


The Afghan National Resistance Front said on Monday that another senior member of his group, General Abdul Woodod Zara, had been killed during a standoff between rebel forces and the Taliban.

General Woodod Panjshir was the nephew of Ahmed Masood, the leader of the resistance. According to the report of Sama News, some reports have also claimed that Amrulla Saleh has moved to a safe place after a helicopter attacked his house.

The developments came soon after Afghan Resistance Force spokesman Faheem Dashti was declared dead by various Afghan media.

“Afghanistan’s national resistance today lost two comrades in sacred resistance against repression and aggression. Mr. Faheem Dashti, spokesman for the NRF, and General Abdul Wood Zara were martyred. May his memory be eternal,” the Afghan Resistance Front was quoted as saying. Was. According to Sama news.

A day earlier, Ahmed Masood, leader of resistance forces in Afghanistan’s northeastern province of Panjshir, said resistance forces were ready to stop fighting and resume talks if the Taliban leave the province, Sputnik reported on Sunday.

The Panjshir Valley is located in the Hindu Kush mountains about 90 miles north of Kabul. The Taliban have been unable to take hold of this large of resistance after breaking into pro-government troops within a few months. The war over Panjshir province has intensified since Friday night.

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