Taliban attacks security outpost near Dahandara Dam in Afghanistan

Two guards were killed and another got wounded during the attack on the water dam, Khaama Press reported, quoting Nizam Khpolwak, spokesman for the National Water Affairs Regulation Authority.
Earlier, seven security force members, who were appointed for the protection of the dam, also got killed in a Taliban attack that was carried out two months ago.(AFP photo. Representative image )
Earlier, seven security force members, who were appointed for the protection of the dam, also got killed in a Taliban attack that was carried out two months ago.(AFP photo. Representative image )
Published on Mar 28, 2021 07:16 PM IST
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ANI | | Posted by Harshit Sabarwal, Kabul

Two guards of Dahandara Dam were killed in a Taliban attack in the Pashtun Kot district of Northwestern Faryab on Sunday.

Two guards were killed and another got wounded during the attack on the water dam, Khaama Press reported, quoting Nizam Khpolwak, spokesman for the National Water Affairs Regulation Authority.

The Taliban have not yet commented on the incident.

Earlier, seven security force members, who were appointed for the protection of the dam, also got killed in a Taliban attack that was carried out two months ago.

One Taliban affiliate member was also killed during the encounter.

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