Viral Video: Talibani terrorists killed 22 Afghan Soldiers

This brutal massacre was carried out on 16 June in Dawlat Abad in Faryab province.

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Published on 14 July 2021 9:09 AM GMT

Viral Video: Talibani terrorists killed 22 Afghan Soldiers
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New Delhi: Since the withdrawal of US forces from Afghanistan, the Taliban have captured a large part of the country. The violence of Taliban fundamentalists continues, in which Pakistani terrorists are also getting along. In the midst of this violence, a horrifying video has surfaced in which 22 unarmed Afghan commandos have been gunned down by Taliban terrorists.

Talibani Terrorist killed Afghan soldiers:

The terrorists have killed Afghan soldiers by saying Allahu Akbar.

This brutal massacre was carried out on 16 June in Dawlat Abad in Faryab province. This area is near the border of Afghanistan and Turkmenistan.

An English media has released a video of this ruthless attack. According to media reports, this massacre was carried out in the Faryab province of Afghanistan in June this year. All these soldiers of the Afghanistan Special Forces were moving forward to surrender peacefully when the Taliban started firing, saying 'Allahu Akbar', in which 22 soldiers were killed.

22 soldiers killed brutally:

According to the report, during the fierce violence to capture Dawlat Abad, Afghan commandos had run out of ammunition and bullets and were surrounded by Taliban fighters from all sides. The commandos were then asked to surrender and as soon as the soldiers dropped their weapons they were gunned down in the middle of the road.

The Red Cross has confirmed the recovery of the bodies of 22 commandos. At the same time, the Taliban have called it a fake video. A Taliban spokesman said 24 commandos were still in their possession, but did not show any evidence to confirm this. Afghanistan's Defense Ministry has confirmed that the Taliban killed the soldiers.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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