Taliban reacts to presence of IS terrorist group in Kunduz province
At last, the Taliban has reacted to claims of militants linked to the Islamic State, IS, terrorist group occupying Kunduz province of Afghanistan.
The Taliban intelligence chief, Hajji Najibullah Haron, said IS are not occupying Afghanistan’s Northern Kunduz province.
Haron described the reports as baseless and fabricated, NAN reports
Addressing newsmen on Wednesday, he said: “Lasting peace has returned to Kunduz province and people are living in peace there and any report about the presence of Daesh IS militants in Kunduz was utterly baseless.’’
He stressed that the new Afghanistan government would not allow anyone to sabotage peace and security in Kunduz or any other parts of the country.
The Taliban recently took over the government of Afghanistan after subduing Kabul.
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