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Afghanistan: IED blast in Khost leaves six TTP terrorists dead

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 03 Mar 2023, 09:35 am

Khost: An IED blast in Afghanistan's  Khost province left at least six Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) terrorists, including a prominent commander, dead on Thursday.

The incident left 15 others hurt.

According to sources, the dead included important commanders. Among the killed terrorist commanders are Abdul Manan, Alam Khan Mudakhel, Kajir and three unidentified terrorists, reports The Express Tribune.

Among the injured terrorists are commander Fazl Amin, commander Muhammad alias Tofan, commander Noor Payo Khan, Faqirullah, Turzai, Sat Kare, Ali Sir Khan, Zubair, Hijratullah, Kamal, Sher Afzal, Bakhtullah, Zubihullah and two unknown terrorists, the newspaper reported.

Sources told The Express Tribune that after the blast, there was a wave of disillusionment and dissension in the TTP leadership.

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