Afghanistan, Kabul 10 November / corr Trend A. Hakimi / Two Taliban commanders have been killed and another arrested in Frah province, Afghanistan.
Government officials in the southwestern Farah province claimed that security forces gunned down two Taliban commanders and captured another in an ambush by the police in Khaki-i-Sapid district.
Governor Roh-ul-Amin informed Trend news agency one Kalashnikov, one Rocket Propelled Grenade (RPG) and a machinegun were recovered from the battlefield where Mullah Naeem, a Taliban commander had been perished.
It is the second time that Taliban are losing their commanders in the recent week.
Two days ago, tow Taliban commanders were killed in Ghazni province by coalition forces.
However, Qari Yousuf Ahmad, a self proclaimed spokesman of Taliban rejecting claims of officials said no clash between Taliban and police had erupted so far.