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Pakistani Militia Backed Daesh in Tora Bora Offensive: NDS

In a trip to Nangarhar’s Chaparhar district on Thursday, Sabet said that Pakistani militia are still backing Daesh militants in the region.

Abdul Saboor Sabet, the head of the National Directorate of Security (NDS) in Nangarhar claimed on Thursday that Pakistani militia fully supported Daesh in their offensive against the Tora Bora region this week in eastern Nangarhar province.
 
In a trip to Nangarhar’s Chaparhar district on Thursday, Sabet said that Pakistani militia are still backing Daesh militants in the region.
 
“Daesh militants sustained heavy loses, whenever they suffer a toll, they get reinforcements from the other side of the border who are the Pakistani militias. The (Afghan) public uprising forces are bravely defending all districts against the enemies,” said Sabet.
 
Meanwhile, General Zaman Waziri, the commander of 201 Selab Army Corps has ordered the government forces to eliminate Daesh militants in Tora Bora region and in Chaparhar district within 24 hours.
 
This new development takes place a day after Daesh operatives took control of the strategic region of Tora Bora located in Pacheragam district of Nangarhar following a week-long  battle with Taliban insurgents.
 
“At least 700 Daesh militants had been killed including their leader and they suffered major loses in Kot and Achin districts. They chose another way and attacked Sulaimankhail, then they relocated from Pacheragam to Chapalyar region, however ... now they are moving toward Pacheragam and then towards Tora Bora,” said Waziri.
 
The fresh wave of violence in the region has left dozens of families homeless with many others trying to evacuate the area to save their lives.
 
Daesh takes control of Tora Bora region after Waziri stated that up to 700 Daesh operatives had been killed in Nangarhar as a result of a military operation by security forces over the past three months.

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Pakistani Militia Backed Daesh in Tora Bora Offensive: NDS

In a trip to Nangarhar’s Chaparhar district on Thursday, Sabet said that Pakistani militia are still backing Daesh militants in the region.

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Abdul Saboor Sabet, the head of the National Directorate of Security (NDS) in Nangarhar claimed on Thursday that Pakistani militia fully supported Daesh in their offensive against the Tora Bora region this week in eastern Nangarhar province.
 
In a trip to Nangarhar’s Chaparhar district on Thursday, Sabet said that Pakistani militia are still backing Daesh militants in the region.
 
“Daesh militants sustained heavy loses, whenever they suffer a toll, they get reinforcements from the other side of the border who are the Pakistani militias. The (Afghan) public uprising forces are bravely defending all districts against the enemies,” said Sabet.
 
Meanwhile, General Zaman Waziri, the commander of 201 Selab Army Corps has ordered the government forces to eliminate Daesh militants in Tora Bora region and in Chaparhar district within 24 hours.
 
This new development takes place a day after Daesh operatives took control of the strategic region of Tora Bora located in Pacheragam district of Nangarhar following a week-long  battle with Taliban insurgents.
 
“At least 700 Daesh militants had been killed including their leader and they suffered major loses in Kot and Achin districts. They chose another way and attacked Sulaimankhail, then they relocated from Pacheragam to Chapalyar region, however ... now they are moving toward Pacheragam and then towards Tora Bora,” said Waziri.
 
The fresh wave of violence in the region has left dozens of families homeless with many others trying to evacuate the area to save their lives.
 
Daesh takes control of Tora Bora region after Waziri stated that up to 700 Daesh operatives had been killed in Nangarhar as a result of a military operation by security forces over the past three months.

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