At least people died after Pakistani aircraft launched the airstrikes on Khost and Kunar provinces of Afghanistan on Friday night

Local officials in Afghanistan confirmed that Pakistani aircraft launched airstrikes on the Khost province of Afghanistan on Friday night, April 15. As per the reports, at least 30 people, including women and children, were killed in the airstrike.

Pakistani planes targeted areas in the Spurra district of Khost province.

At least 26 Pakistani planes targeted the villages of Mirpar, Mandeh, Shaidi and Kai in the Spura district of Khost province.

Spokesman for the Taliban police chief in Khost province, Mostaghfar Gerbz confirmed the 8 Sobh newspaper about the attack.

King Jamshid, a large ethnic group in the Waziristan region, told the newspaper that 30 people, including women and children, had been killed in the attacks. However, Gerbz said that he was unaware of the casualties in the bombing.

On the other hand, on Friday at around 9:00, Pakistani troops clashed with Taliban forces in the area of Masterbel, in the Gorbz district.

Meanwhile, TOLO news tweeted, “Media reports as well as interviews with a number of eyewitnesses show that Pakistani forces have carried out airstrikes in two areas in the eastern Kunar and the southeastern Khost provinces of Afghanistan on Friday night.

Pakistani media have reported that a number of anti-government militants have been killed in Pakistani airstrikes on North Waziristan. However, the Pakistani government and the Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs so far have not commented on the matter.

As per Afghan media, “A tribal elder from Waziristan who lives in Khost said that Pakistani forces' aircraft targeted Waziristan migrants' camp in the area, leaving at least 30 people either killed or wounded”.

Meanwhile, eyewitnesses in Kunar confirmed the death of five people in an airstrike by Pakistani forces in the province.