Two key commanders of the outlawed ISIS were killed in Afghanistan

Kabul: Two key commanders of the outlawed ISIS have been killed in Afghanistan, which has been confirmed by Afghan special forces.

According to ARY News, in two separate successful operations of the Afghan Special Forces, two important commanders of the outlawed ISIS, Qari Fateh and Ijaz Amin, were killed.

Taliban government spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said that Qari Fateh, the intelligence chief of ISIS’s Afghanistan branch, who was involved in several terrorist acts, was killed during the Kabul operation.

He said that Qari Fateh was involved in attacks on diplomatic missions, mosques and other important places.

Zabihullah Mujahid said that in another operation, Ijaz Amin, the head of ISIS in the subcontinent, has also been killed.

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