Local police officials confirmed on Tuesday morning that Taliban attacked Dih Yak and Jaghatu districts of central Ghazni province on Monday night and heavy clashes are ongoing.
In the meantime, Aref Rahmani, an MP for Ghazni, said that “the situation of Jaghatu and Dih Yak districts are worrying”, adding that “the Dih Yak police headquarters is on the verge of collapse.”
“A number of security forces have been killed due to ongoing clashes in the districts,” Rahmani said: “Dih Yak police chief and another police security official were killed in the clashes.”
The local police officials have also confirmed the death of the police officials, adding that heavy clashes continue in the districts.
Two days ago, Taliban attacked Ajristan district of the province and government deployed commandos who pushed back the group.
But the Taliban claimed on Monday that they have captured Ajristan.
Recently, the Taliban targeted a number of districts in the province in which dozens of security forces members were killed or injured in the attacks.