KABUL: As many as sixteen insurgents including the Pakistani Taliban were killed when one of their leaders blew his explosive among them in southern province of Ghazni, Bakhtar News Agency said Tuesday.
The incident took place in Gilan district of the province, where nine others were also wounded, said the BNA adding the victims were scheming plots for a spate of suicide and distractive attacks to derail the election process.
According to BNA, the Taliban leader realized the fact the plots were schemed to target the people of Afghanistan used a suicide vest and blew himself among the meeting crowd killing at least 16 and wounding nine others.
The killed rebels’ leaders including the attacker identity was not still recognized, but the program was said to have been under discussion in collaboration with the Pakistani circles against the people of Afghanistan.
The unexpected move can be called a shame to the Taliban, indicating they have no amicability among themselves as it emanates from a wise conscience.
The insurgents’ related circles have not realized that how poppet is the group.
The Kabul Times