Bomb blasts in Kabul: Two powerful bomb blasts rocked the Afghan capital, Kabul. Six people were reported killed and several others were injured in the blasts.
Both bombings took place in western Kabul. First a powerful bomb exploded at Mumtaz School. Eyewitnesses said many were injured. The second blast took place at Rahim Shahid School nearby.
Dozens of people were trapped in the blasts
According to sources, dozens of people were trapped in the bombings in western Kabul.
Six people were killed and several others were injured in the incident. The blast has caused a stir in the area. However, no group has so far claimed responsibility for the blast.
It is noteworthy that in Pakistan, the Pakistan Air Force carried out air strikes on Saturday, just before the airstrikes in Afghanistan. At least 47 people have been killed in airstrikes in the Pakistan Air Force’s Ghost and Kunar provinces.
Pakistani security forces have launched airstrikes on Waziristan refugees in the Sprai district of the southeastern province and the Shaltan district of the eastern province of Kunar.
We need to crack down on extremists
Afghanistan strongly condemned the Pakistan Air Force operation and the Foreign Ministry summoned Mansour Ahmed Khan, Pakistan’s ambassador to Kabul, in response to the attacks.
Following this, Pakistan demanded that Afghanistan protect the areas around the Pakistan-Afghanistan border and crack down on terrorists.
At the same time, a spokesman for Afghanistan’s Ministry of Defense, Inayatullah Gwarajimi, said that no country could test Afghanistan.
People from Nangarhar gathered in large numbers in Nangarhar district of the province on Sunday to protest Pakistan’s airstrikes in Afghanistan.