KABUL: At least four people were killed when four bombs exploded in different parts of Kabul city on Saturday morning.
Kabul police said that an employee of the second vice president’s office was among the injured.
Faramarz Ferdaus, Kabul police spokesman, said that all the blasts were magnetic bombs attached to the vehicles of police.
Two police and six civilians were wounded.
Kabul residents have recently witnessed scores of magnetic bombs and targeted killings with civil society activists and journalists the most victims.
Security situation has deteriorated in the capital city since President Ghani appointed his first deputy to take responsibility for the Kabul security.
Nobody including the Daesh terrorist group that accepts responsibility for most of attacks against civilians, have claimed responsibilities for attacks on journalists and civil society activists yet.
According to ministry of interior, 37 attacks have been carried out in the past three months in Kabul, killing 500 civilians and wounding more than 1,000 more.