Masood’s spokesman killed in battle with the Taliban in Panjshir.
Fahim Dashti, a spokesman for the Northern Alliance, was killed in a battle with the Taliban. On Sunday morning, Dashti said the alliance had killed some 600 Taliban.
According to the news, he died late at night. His death has cast a shadow of mourning over the northern anti-Taliban camp. “Today, we have lost two brothers,” the group said in a statement.
They were our brothers, colleagues, and brave warriors. Fahim Dashti, Amir Sahib Ahmad Masood’s office head, and General Sahib Abdul Wadud Johor have passed away. Respect for the martyrs.
Saleh Mohammad, the commander-in-chief of the Resistance Forces, was also killed in the attack.
According to sources, Saleh was killed in a fierce battle with the extremists.
Saleh was given the name Fahim in the NRF. He has been opposed to the Taliban his entire life.
Meanwhile, Pakistan attacked Panjshir on Sunday night.
According to sources, a bomb was dropped on Panjshir on Sunday night from a Pakistani Air Force drone. As soon as the news broke, the international commotion began.
On Saturday, Fahim sent a message from the Northern Alliance that 600 Taliban had been killed in Panjshir.
According to an international news agency, the anti-Taliban group claimed that it had clashed with the Taliban on Saturday.
Therefore they killed 600 Taliban in the fighting. Even the Taliban are trying to flee in fear, and it has been claimed.
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