Pakistanis, Uzbeks and Chechens were also killed in a Military operation in Nuristan
Tue Sep 27, 1:43 pm
Officials of Afghan National Army said:
At least 60 people were killed including Pakistanis, Uzbeks and Chechens in Nuristan province.
According to Gen. Dadan Lawang commander of commando brigade:
They are well operational skilled with having advanced weapons and can properly carry out their missions in all parts of Afghanistan.
“Pakistan is trying to unrest the eastern regions of Afghanistan”.
The commando brigade, having nine flocks, was created four years ago by Afghan Defense Ministry.
In a recent military operation in Nuristan province by the help of foreign Air forces, at least 60 insurgents were killed. In that operation, two national armies were also killed and two other national forces, 4 foreign forces and one interpreter were injured.
He also confirmed foreign insurgents among the dead people.
Commander of commando brigade said:
Over the past four years nearly their 50 forces died and 140 others were injured.
Afghan commandos are trained by U.S. forces and currently their operations take place by the cooperation of Special foreign forces.
However, the security responsibilities are going to be handed over to the Afghan forces in 2014 which caused hesitations regarding the security situations of Afghanistan among the political experts and Afghan people.