About 100 Da’ish-affiliated militants surrendered in Afghanistan’s japanese province of Nangarhar on Tuesday, a neighborhood official confirmed.
“Some 100 Da’ish or IS militants surrendered to officers of Nangarhar Normal Directorate of Intelligence (GDI) in provincial capital Jalalabad metropolis Tuesday morning,” Mohammad Bashir, director of Nangarhar GDI workplace, advised reporters.
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The militants who surrendered had been lively in Mohmand Dara, Chaparhar, Kot and Khogiani districts, based on Bashir.
With the previous insurgents’ give up, peace and stability could be additional strengthened within the mountainous province, the official mentioned.
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The surrendered militants known as on fellow Da’ish members to put down their arms.
The Da’ish group, which has staged a number of assaults in Nangarhar in current months, has but to make feedback on the report.