Afghan Vice-President Abdul Rashid Dostum has gotten away safe after an assault that slaughtered one of his protectors in the north of the nation.
Authorities state the aggressors trapped Gen Dostum’s escort in Balkh Province.
The Taliban said they completed the assault, which kept going an hour and left two different guardians harmed.
It is the second endeavor on Gen Dostum’s life since the ethnic Uzbek and previous warlord came back from willful outcast last July.
That month, 14 individuals kicked the bucket in a suicide besieging at Kabul air terminal not long after his landing. Islamic state says it completed that assault.
Gen Dostum joined Afghanistan’s solidarity government in 2014 and is a questionable political figure.
He helped the US expel the Taliban in 2001 however has been accused for a portion of the most noticeably awful abominations in the nation’s long-running common war.
Over a year prior, he left for Turkey subsequent to being blamed for requesting his men to grab and assault a political adversary. He has denied the allegations and demands his movement to Turkey was for a restorative registration.
Gen Dostum’s return was gone before by turmoil in his northern powerbase, as supporters requested his arrival and the arrival of a civilian army pioneer.
Examiners trust President Ashraf Ghani endorsed his arrival to attempt to shore up help among Uzbeks in front of presidential race planned for 28 September.