At least six militants were killed or wounded in a series of airstrikes conducted by the Afghan Air Force in northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan.
The 209th Shaheen Corps of the Afghan army in a statement said the Afghan Air Force A-29 light attack planes carried out a string of airstrikes on Taliban targets in Dasht-e-Archi district.
The statement further added that two Taliban insurgents were killed as a result of the airstrikes conducted in Seh Rahi Mohammad Alm village and Tapa-e-Mohibullah.
At leat four Taliban insurgents were also wounded, two of their hideouts were destroyed and some weapons including a rocket launched, one PKM machine gun, and two Ak-47s were destroyed, the statement added.
The anti-government armed militant groups including the Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the report so far.
Kunduz is among the relatively volatile provinces in North of Afghanistan where the anti-government armed militant groups actively operate in its various districts and often carry out insurgency activities.
Earlier, a shadow district governor of the Taliban group was killed by a mine planted by his own fighters in this province.
The 209th Shaheen Corps of the Afghan army in the North said last week that the district shadow governor of the Taliban for Khanabad was killed after stepping on a mine planted by the Taliban fighters.
The Silab Corps officials said Mawlavi Dost Mohammad was attempting to escape from the Afghan forces during an operation.
Source Khaama Press