Afghan police joins the Taliban
Afghanistan, Kabul, 31 December / Trend , A. Hakimi/ Taliban claims that 35 government soldiers have joined them in the west.
Twelve police soldiers have run away from a police check point in Bala Bolok district of Farah.
Deputy provincial governor, Muhammad Yonus Rasooli said, these police soldiers ran away from their check point after they were charged for having ties with the kidnappings and armed robberies by the provincial police chief.
According to Farah police chief, Abdul Ghafar Watandar, four police have run away with their weapons.
Police officials say, it is not clear if these soldiers have joined the Taliban. The Taliban claim that 35 armed soldiers have joined their group in Bala Bolok district of Farah province.
Security forces have started their investigations about the incident.
Security officials in Farah province said that the police commander named Sheer Shah had the responsibility of several police check points.
The report says that he involved in different kind of crime.
It is while, a member of provincial council joined Taliban in Ghazni province.
After fall of Taliban it is the second time that Afghan government officials and security forces join Taliban in Afghanistan.
Is will be a great defeat for Afghan government, I f the news in this regard became true.
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