Two Female Afghan Judges shot dead in Kabul

The area in which this incident took place. People around them are in extremely terror. Investigations are going on there. A large number of security personnel deployed on the spot.

Two Female Afghan Judges shot dead in Kabul (PC: Social Media)

New Delhi: Two women judges have been shot dead in Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital. Who has committed this murder and for what reasons. So far more information has not come out in this regard.

It is feared that the terrorists have carried out this incident. At present, the police has started investigation after this incident. The area in which this incident took place. People around them are in extremely terror. Investigations are going on there. A large number of security personnel deployed on the spot.

A new trend of target killing has started in Afghanistan. Terrorists are now killing people selectively in this country which is being shaken by bomb blasts and rocket attacks.

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The terrorists are no longer targeting the crowd here. The targets are politicians, lawyers, judges, police and media. A few days ago, TV journalist Malala Mewand and her driver gunned down with bullets.

Unknown gunmen killed a judge named Habibullah in Kabul city on Sunday morning. According to the police, the incident is from Kart-e-Na area at around 8.30 am and the attackers searched.

So far, the Taliban or any terrorist organization has not claimed responsibility for this attack. For the Afghan government and security forces, this new trick of terrorists has become a cause of trouble. Explosive cars or unknown gunmen engaged in targeting someone.

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More than ten journalists killed in Afghanistan so far. Recently, the journalist Malala Mewand targeted by the terrorists. Within 24 hours of Malala’s murder, another young TV anchor Fardeen Amini also found dead under suspicious circumstances.

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