Afghanistan: terrorists targeted bus carrying medical workers in Kabul, one killed, three injured
Spokesperson Firdaus Firmaz said, the bus was taking doctors, nurses and other health workers from Kabul to North Panjsher province. Meanwhile, on the way, this bus was targeted through a bomb.
A minibus carrying medical workers was targeted by a bomb in Kabul on Tuesday morning in Afghanistan's capital Kabul. One person has died in this attack. An officer of Kabul Police has given information about this. Kabul police chief spokesman Firdaus Fermaz said that three medical workers have been injured in this bomb blast, who have been taken to the hospital for treatment.
Spokesperson Firdaus Firmaz said, the bus was taking doctors, nurses and other health workers from Kabul to North Panjsher province. Meanwhile, in the northern district of Kabul Kalakan (Kalakan) on the way, this bus was targeted through a bomb. Farmaz said that no one has claimed responsibility for this attack yet and the police has started investigating this matter. Significantly, such attacks are usually carried out by Taliban terrorists. But in recent times, the Islamic State has also become active in Afghanistan.
Attack occurred amidst withdrawal of American soldiers
This attack has taken place at a time when 2,500 to 3,500 American soldiers present in Afghanistan are leaving the country. On September 11, on the occasion of the 9/11 anniversary, American soldiers will leave Afghanistan completely. American soldiers are leaving the country at a time when the Taliban seems more active than before. The Taliban has captured more than half of Afghanistan's territory.
The danger of civil war is hovering in Afghanistan
America's top military official said on Sunday that the future of the Afghan government's army is uncertain. Due to the withdrawal of US troops, they may have to face bad action from the Taliban rebels. Significantly, the withdrawal of US troops has triggered a wave of concern in Afghanistan. Some leaders feel that with the withdrawal of US forces, Afghanistan will be hit by civil war. At the same time, there are some people who feel that such situations will not be formed.
Explosion near school two days ago
Earlier, on Monday, a bomb exploded near a school in western Afghanistan, injuring at least 21 people. The injured consisted mostly of school students. Abdul Jabar Shahik, head of the health department of Farah province, said that the ambulance was immediately dispatched to the incident site and the injured were admitted to a nearby hospital. He told that among the injured there are at least 10 such students, whose age is between 7 and 13 years.