Blast in Kabul: Once again, the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul, was hit by the blast, the treatment of the injured continues.
No specific information has been given so far about the explosion in Kabul. So far no one has claimed responsibility for the blast. Earlier on Saturday, at least three people were killed in an explosion near Pul-e-Sokhta in Kabul.
The news of the explosion has come to light from Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. However, no one was reported injured in the blast. According to the people present at the spot, the blast took place in a public vehicle. The injured have been admitted to a hospital in the area for treatment.
No specific information has been given about the explosion so far. So far no one has claimed responsibility for the blast. Earlier on Saturday, at least three people were killed and seven others were injured in an explosion near Pul-e-Sokhta in Kabul. Local media reported this citing the statement of Mawlawi Zabihullah, the commander of PD 6 in Kabul.
According to Tolo News, the explosives were kept in a pot on the side of the road. Kabul security department spokesman Khalid Zadran said on Saturday that two people were killed and 22 others were injured in the blast in the Pul-e-Sokhta area. "Two of our people were killed and 22 others injured in the blast in Pul Sokhta area of Kabul city district," he tweeted. One of them is in critical condition.
At the same time, at least eight people were killed and 18 others were injured during a Shia community condolence meeting in Kabul on Friday. A Taliban spokesman said the blast took place in the Sarkariz area of the capital city, Tolo News reported. The United Nations mission in Afghanistan has condemned Friday's attack on a majority Shiite area of Kabul that left dozens of casualties. According to reports, ISIS has claimed responsibility for the bombings in Kabul on Friday. The Shia community in Afghanistan has been facing persecution for many years.