Groupings’ conflict kills and injuries 13 Talibs
Afghanistan, Kabul, Dec. 13 / Trend , A.Hakimi/ Thirteen Talibs were killed and injured as a result of conflict with another grouping of Talibs in Bagdisv province of Afghanistan in the evening on Dec. 12.
Five Talibs were killed and eight were injured in conflict of two Talib leaders' grouping, General Muhammad Ayyub, head of the district police office, said.
A dispute aroused because of meat for Gurban, he said.
The conflict finished after arrival of the regional security forces.
Talibs hid from scene of incident, when policemen arrived.
Golam Dastgir, a representative of Talibs, denied a fact of armed conflict and said that only oral squabble took place between groupings.
A dispute of food is not the first conflict between them. There were death and injured people amongst Talibs as a result of similar disputes in the past.
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