Kabul: Afghanistan security forces have arrested a Pakistani couple, who were allegedly providing healthcare to the wounded Taliban fighters, from the country's Kunduz province, media reports.
Fawad Aman, a spokesman for the Ministry of Defense, told Khaama Press that the security forces arrested the couple in Dasht-e Arachi district of Kunduz.
Aman further told the news agency that the couple was providing healthcare to the wounded Taliban fighters in Kunduz.
Meanwhile, the Special Operations Corps told the Afghanistan-based news agency in a statement that the security forces arrested the couple during the clearance operations in Dasht-e Archi district.
Security forces reportedly killed 12 Taliban militants and wounded 10 others during the same operations.
Taliban did not comment on the issue so far.
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