Daesh militants behind Pakistan Embassy attack killed in Kabul operation: Taliban

Canada Global (Web News) Tehreek-e- Taliban Afghanistan (TTA) spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid said an operation has killed a network of Daesh militants involved in the attack on the Pakistan Embassy in Kabul.

On December 2, Daesh militants attacked the Pakistan Embassy in Kabul, specifically targeting Chargé d’Affaires (CdA) to Afghanistan Ubaid-ur-Rehman Nizamani. The diplomat was unharmed, but his bodyguard was critically injured.

The terrorist organisation admitted to carrying out the incident and acknowledged that the Pakistani envoy was their intended victim.

The TTA spokeswoman stated in a statement on Twitter on Thursday that operations were carried out in Kabul by Afghan security forces against a Daesh network that was responsible for the attacks on the Pakistani mission and a hotel where Chinese people were staying.

Five Chinese nationals were hurt in the attack on December 12 and China had requested that its citizens leave the country.

Zabihullah Mujahid said that Afghan forces engaged in operations against Daesh terrorists in the provinces of Nimroz and Kabul.

The eighth district of Kabul’s Shahadai Salehin and Qalacha districts, as well as Zaranj, the provincial capital of Nimroz, were the targets of three hideouts, according to Zabiullah.

The statement claimed that as a result, the hideout was demolished, 8 foreign Daesh members were killed, and 7 foreigners were seized alive. They also had a lot of small guns, hand grenades, mines, vests, and explosives that were found on them.

He continued by saying that a number of suspects had been held for additional scrutiny.

In light of the deteriorating law and order situation in the Afghan capital, the Foreign Office has summoned envoy Ubaidur Rehman Nizamani for talks.

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