GHAZNI, July 11 – A powerful blast set off under a vehicle carrying the intelligence employees in the provincial capital of Ghazni province in which 5 puppets were killed, shortly afterward, a second blast killed a further 3 puppets including a commander trying the carry the dead from the first blast.
In a similar attack, 5 more intelligence employees were killed when the vehicle they were riding in was targeted by IEDs elsewhere in Ghazni city.
On Wednesday, Mujahideen fired missiles into the governor office in Ghazni city, the capital of the province where a meeting was in progress between Scott Miller and the local officials. There, however, is no information the casualty toll.
On Wednesday, 1 mine disposal expert was killed ad 2 more were wounded when a mine they were trying to defuse blew up at them in the provincial capital of Ghazni province.
Late Thursday, over 11 puppets were killed and 6 more were wounded with 4 tanks destroyed after Mujahideen fighters opened fire on the enemy convoy forcing it into a halt in Shalgar district of the province.
It is now 16 days since the enemy convoys were suspended on the way.
The enemy military convoys have been stuck along the highway between Kabul and Kandahar and have been under Mujahideen attacks in Ghazni city, Shalgar and Qarabagh districts of Ghazni province over the last couple of days in which as many as 115 enemy military personnel have suffered casualties, bringing the casualty toll to 140 in southern Ghazni province of Afghanistan.
Separately, 2 puppets were killed and 2 more were taken captives in Maqur district of the province on Thursday.