Taliban set high school on fire in Ghazni province
The Taliban militants have set a high school on fire in the southern Ghazni province, a source said today, July 14.
A local source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told Kabul Now that the Taliban set the high school on fire in Haidarabad area of PD5 in Ghazni on Tuesday, July 13.
A couple of days ago the militants took control over parts of Ghazni, as a result of which a large number of population have been displaced.
The Taliban also attempted to attack Ghazni’s central prison but security forces repelled the militants. A source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told Kabul Now today, Wednesday, July 14, that the Taliban launched an attack last night on PD3 of the city but after hours of clashes the security forces repelled the insurgents.
The Taliban have not made any comment in this regard.
Located in the southern part of the country, Ghazni is a volatile province where the Taliban have overrun 12 out of its 19 districts