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Kabul Blast: Car bomb blast kills 9, More than 15 wounded

It has been reported that the blast has been carried out by targeting Member of Parliament Khan Mohammad Vardak.

Yogita S.

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Published on 20 Dec 2020 8:37 AM GMT

Kabul Blast: Car bomb blast kills 9, More than 15 wounded
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New Delhi: Nine people died in the car bomb blast in Afghanistan's capital Kabul on Sunday. At the same time, more than 20 people have been injured in this attack. It has been reported that the blast has been carried out by targeting Member of Parliament Khan Mohammad Vardak.

Speaking to Media House, Afghan Interior Minister Masood Andarabi said that a car explosion occurred in Kabul this morning, killing nine people and injuring more than 20 people. The injured have been admitted to the hospital for treatment.

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In Past, On Nov 8 On Saturday, a terrible explosion occurred in Jabul, Afghanistan. Seven people were injured in this explosion. In such a situation, this is not the first time, even before that the news of the explosion in Afghanistan continues to come. There was a massive explosion in Phul-e-Khosk area of ​​Kabul. Many people were killed in this blast.

The terrorists entered the Book Fair in Kabul University and started firing bullets. In this horrific terror attack, 25 people including students died while more than 40 people injured. There have been more than 5 hours of encounter between the attackers and the security forces. Security forces surrounded the entire campus after the terrorist attack. Fierce gunshots were heard from inside the campus.

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Earlier in 2018, an explosion near the Polytechnic University in Kabul killed fourteen people and injured 17 others. The fatwa was then issued against suicide attacks in Afghanistan. This attack was carried out in protest against him. A group of 2,000 religious scholars or clerics were gathered at the university at the time of the incident.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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