Six wounded in Kabul blast
Kabul police say, six people, including three Hindus, were wounded in an explosion inside a shop this morning.
“At around 9:14 a.m., an explosion took place in a shop in Bagh-e-Ghazi Street in the first district, injuring six civilians,” Ferdows Faramarz, a spokesman for the Kabul police chief, told AFP on Saturday.
Mr. Faramarz added that as a result of the explosion, three Indians were also injured and the injured were taken to hospitals.
No individual or group has claimed responsibility for the blast, which police have not identified.
Meanwhile, suicide attacks and explosions have recently increased in Kabul, and the capital is witnessing several explosions every day. Meanwhile, the citizens of the country are tired of this situation and accuse the security and intelligence agencies of weakness and inability.
Reporter: Mohammad Nabi Karimi