110 civilians were dead and wounded in Kabul’s consecutive yesterday attack
Kabul- Afghanistan (PMG):
By: Mehrullah Meherzad
Kabul police command has announced that yesterday’s attack casualties have increased. Hashmatullah Stanekzay, spokesman of Kabul police command told Pasbanan Media Group that in yesterday’s consecutive attack at least 23 civilians were killed and 90 others were wounded. “around 6 pm of Wednesday a suicide bomber blown up himself by entering to wrestling club called Khatam-ul-Nabieen, in Police district 6. In the first incident 6 civilians were killed and 10 others got injured.”
Kabul police have also announced that the second incident was caused by an explosion of vehicles full of explosives. The spokesman for the Kabul Police command narrated the incident as follow: “After an hour passed from the first event, when the police were in the area trying to keep people out of the scene and the intermediary of the suspicious vehicle that should be defaced by the technical team was interrupted, which caused civilian casualties including journalists lost their lives. In both of these incidents, 23 people were killed and 90 others wounded.”
Meanwhile, Muharad Ali Murad, commander of Kabul Guardnision, estimates that the incident casualties are more than the figures provided by the Kabul Police Command. In an interview with the media, Mr. Murad has claimed that 25 people have died and 95 others have been injured. Meanwhile, the Ministry of Public Health has claimed that at least 21 people died and 87 others got injured as a result of the deadly incident.