A picture of Kamar Gul wearing a headscarf and a machine gun in his hand has gone viral in the last few days.
- Taliban militants killed parents of girl due to the support of the government.
- Taliban terrorists always kill the villagers on suspicion of informing the government or the security forces.
An Afghan girl shot and killed two Taliban militants after her parents were killed. The girl’s parents were supporters of the government. For this reason, some Taliban terrorists bribed them in their house and dragged them out and killed them. A local police gave this information to the news agency AFP on Monday.
Local police chief Habiburrahman Malekzada said the incident occurred in Ghor province last week. Taliban militants attacked Qamar Gul’s house in a village in the province. The terrorists were looking for his father, who was the village headman.
Malekzada reports that when Qamar Gul’s mother opposed him, he dragged her outside the house and killed her parents. Qamar Gul, who was inside the house, shot and killed two Taliban militants from an AK-47. Also injured some.
The terrorists also attacked later
Some officials say that Gul’s age is between 14 and 16 years. It is common for Afghans not to know his exact age. Later several other Taliban militants came to attack her house, but some villagers and pro-government militias drove her.
Mohammad Aaref Abar, a spokesman for the provincial governor, said that Afghan security forces have shifted Gul and his younger brother to a safe place.
Praise on social media
After this incident, people on social media praised Gul a lot and made him a hero. A picture of Gul wearing a headscarf and holding a machine gun in his hand has become quite viral in the last few days.
A Facebook user Najiba Rahmi wrote – Salute to her courage! well done. Another user wrote – Power of an Afghan girl.
Attack even after agreeing for peace talks
Taliban terrorists always kill villagers on suspicion of being informers for the government or security forces. Recently, terrorists are attacking security forces despite having agreed to peace talks with the government.