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Taliban Commander Maulvi Hamdullah Mukhlis Killed in Kabul


Taliban Commander Maulvi Hamdullah Mukhlis Killed in Kabul: Taliban Top Commander Killed in Kabul Hospital Blast: There was fierce firing on Tuesday after two consecutive bomb blasts in Kabul, Afghanistan. In which at least 25 people died. At the same time, dozens of people have been injured.

There is information that shooters targeted a major military hospital in Kabul. But he was later killed in an encounter by Taliban fighters. Now news has come that the Taliban’s top commander Maulvi Hamdullah Mukhlis has also been killed in this attack. He was the head of the Kabul Military Corps of the Taliban.

Maulvi Hamdullah Mukhlis Killed in Kabul

The Taliban say all the attackers were killed within 15 minutes. The organization’s spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid said that the blast took place at Sardar Mohammad Dawood Khan Hospital entrance. This is a 400 bedded hospital.


The Mujahid also told that the Taliban’s Special Forces commando team was helicoptered to the hospital premises. Who stopped the attackers from entering the hospital premises, and all were shot at the gate. It is believed that Islamic State Khorasan is behind the attack, which is known here as ISIS-K.

No organization took responsibility.

No organization has yet claimed responsibility for the attack on the hospital. But it is believed that the Islamic State is behind this. This dangerous terrorist organization has carried out many deadly attacks in Afghanistan within the last month. The deadliest of these were attacks on Shia mosques (Afghanistan Mosque Attacks).

Islamic State is becoming increasingly vital in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. At the same time, the Taliban has not officially released any figures regarding the attack on the Kabul hospital. A security officer has also told the news of the death of 25 people on the condition of anonymity. Only Taliban officials have reported the end of Mukhlis. Witnesses say that two helicopters were seen flying there at the time of the attack.


Who was Maulvi Hamdullah Mukhlis?

Maulvi Hamdullah Mukhlis was the top commander of the Taliban. He was responsible for the defence of Kabul. He was also the head of the Kabul Military Corps. Mukhlis worked for coordination between the Taliban and the Haqqani network (Who Was Maulvi Hamdullah Mukhlis).

After the Taliban captured Kabul, its security was entrusted to Anas Haqqani, the number two member of the Haqqani Network. Later the responsibility of protection of the capital was assigned to Maulvi Hamdullah Mukhlis. Maulvi Hamdullah Mukhlis was the first person to enter Rashtrapati Bhavan after the Taliban took over Kabul on 15 August. His picture went viral all over the world.

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