A spokesman for the Taliban movement of Afghanistan announced on Monday shooting down a plane boarding US troopers in Ghazni state in the middle of the country.
Sources affiliated to the movement assured that all people boarding the jet were killed, among them a number of US senior officers.
Aryana, the national Afghani carrier denied that of liners was crashed on Monday.
On the other hand, informed sources Afghanistan told Novosti, a Russian news agency, that a foreign plane crashed on Monday at Deh Yak district of southern Ghazni province and all those on board have been killed.
Another Afghani news agency named Tolou’ revealed that the ill-starred jet crashed in a Taliban-controlled area.
The Interior Ministry said that the plane crashed at noon at 1:15 local time, and it belongs to Aryana Afghan Airlines, with 110 people on board.
The ministry confirmed that the plane number 358 had fallen in the Sodouzi area of Deh Yak district in Ghazni State.
The ministry released a statement showing that it is currently dealing with the issue appropriately.
Aryana confirmed that all of its planes were fine, and pointed to the safety of all its flights.
It issued a news release in response to what was circulated about the crash of an Afghan plane with 110 people on board in Ghazni, in the eastern part of the country.
The Afghani carrier said that all flights reached their destinations.
Aref Nuri, a spokesman for the governor of Ghazni, said, “The plane that crashed on Monday is not an Afghan civilian one, but it belongs to a foreign company, and that everyone on board was burned, and only the bodies of the pilots were known.
A Taliban source said that an American plane was shot down and all who were boarding it were killed.
He assured that the plane belongs to the US Special Forces.
Earlier, tribal sources reported that the plane had fallen and set fire to the accident site.