Six killed in Ghazni roadside bombing
AT-KABUL: Yet in another act of violence after Kabul, Nangarhar, and Kunduz provinces, at least six people, all of them civilians have been martyred and three others received injures in a landmine explosion in the Jaghato district of southern Ghazni province on Monday.
Monday’s suicide attack in Kabul left at least 12 dead, and injured over 30. The attack was against employees of Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development. In Kunduz, fifteen security forces were martyred in an coordinated attack of the Taliban insurgents—and in eastern Nangarhar province, 27 all of them civilians were wounded in separate act of violence.
The cycle of violence is yet to calm down despite ceasefire have been announced by government and Taliban insurgents.
Mohammad Arif Noori, Ghazni governor spokesman, said the blast took place in the Qiaq area of the district at around 10am, in which six people were killed and three others wounded after the vehicle they were travelling in struck a roadside bomb in the area.
Meanwhile, Civil Hospital Director Baz Mohammad Himmat confirmed receiving six dead and three injured people from the site of the explosion. The injured are said to be in critical condition.
However, there is no immediate claim of responsibility by any insurgent groups over the incident.
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