Abdur Rahman, 23, otherwise called Hafiz Khalid, kicked the bucket driving a vehicle loaded down with explosives into an Afghan army installation in the town of Gereshk, north of the common capital Lashkar Gah, Qari Yousaf Ahmadi, the Taliban’s primary representative for southern Afghanistan, said.
He said Abdur Rahman had been a madrassa understudy yet had needed to do a suicide assault. “He prevailing in his main goal last Thursday,” he said.
Taliban contenders drove three caught Humvee vehicles into checkpoints amid substantial battling around Gereshk on Thursday.
One senior Taliban part, near Haibatullah’s family, said Abdur Rahman had selected as a suicide plane before his dad moved toward becoming pioneer of the Taliban a year ago and had demanded proceeding after his dad took office.
Mullah Haibatullah assumed control initiative of the Taliban after his antecedent, Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour kicked the bucket in a U.S. ramble strike in Pakistan in May, 2016.
“Before this, various close relatives and relatives of past preeminent pioneers had led suicide bombings yet Sheik Haibatullah has turned into the main incomparable pioneer whose child yielded his life,” the senior Taliban part said.