The United States on Monday offered a US$10 million prize for data prompting the “ID or area” of the head of the Afghanistan provincial part of the Islamic State bunch.
The award presented by the US State Department was additionally for any data that would help with capturing or sentencing those liable for the “psychological militant assault at the Kabul air terminal” on August 26, which was guaranteed by the Islamic State Khorasan (Isis-K).
The assault, which killed in excess of 100 individuals including 13 American officers, was sent off as the United States coordinated its turbulent withdrawal from Afghanistan and the departure of Afghans considered under danger by the Taliban’s takeover.
As indicated by Washington, Sanaullah Ghafari – otherwise called Shahab al-Muhajir – was designated head of Isis-K in June 2020 by the Islamic State bunch.
Isis-K is the Afghan branch-off of Isis, which started in Iraq and Syria.
“Ghafari is liable for endorsing all Isis-K activities all through Afghanistan and organizing financing to direct tasks,” the State Department said in an assertion. He had been boycotted in November as an unfamiliar fear monger.
Little is had some significant awareness of Ghafari, despite the fact that his nom de guerre proposes he showed up in the district from the Arab world.