Clashes followed the Taliban's attack on the government forces that occurred late on Thursday, the TOLOnews broadcaster reported, citing Ghazni Police Chief Farid Ahmad Mashal.
Mashal expressed concern over the security situation in the area, adding that additional servicemen had been sent to Qara Bagh to repel the attack.
Later in the day, the Xinhua news agency reported, citing the Afghan Defense Ministry, that at least 32 militants of the Taliban movement were killed and 10 more were injured in Afghan Air Force's strikes conducted in the provinces of Farah and Helmand.
The news come amid the visit of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani to the city of Ghazni after its four-day siege.
Afghanistan has long been destabilized by the conflict between the Taliban movement and the Afghan government, exacerbated by the activities of various terrorist groups.
*Taliban movement is a tessrorist group, banned in Russia