Taliban Shot Dead Four Abducted Policemen in Wardak

Friday April 18, 2014
Kabul (BNA) Armed oppositions shot dead four abducted police soldiers in Maidan-Wardak province the other day.
Police officials say, five public order policemen were abducted by armed rebels from Sayedabad district of Maidan-Wardak province on Tuesday.
One of the soldiers has been succeeded to escape from the grip of the insurgents and the bodies of four others have been obtained yesterday.
Ataullah Khogyani spokesman of Maidan-Wardak governor in a telephonic contact to BNA confirmed the shot dead of four public order policemen by armed rebels in the province.
According to another report, seven Taliban militants have been arrested by National army forces in Sayedabad district of the province.
According to the Ministry of Defense press office to BNA, National army forces aiming to eliminate armed oppositions conducted an operation in relevant areas of Sayedabad district of Maidan-Wardak province as a result of which, seven insurgent arrested.
Also another operation launched by security forces as a result of which five insurgents arrested and some weapons and ammunitions have been seized in center of Logar province.

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