Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Reporter: Follad Ahangaran

At 8:40 AM, a car bomb attack was launched when British troop’s convoy was passing from the Qala-e-Wazir area of PD 9. The event was so horrible that it damaged houses a few hundred yards away from the incident scene. The attack was carried out by an attacker using explosives loaded vehicle. Event witnesses talk of the deaths of six British troops in the event. Sayed Shah, an event witnessed told Pasbanan Media Group: “When the blast took place, we were all embarrassed and did not understand what happened. After a few minutes, we saw that there were too many casualties, at least 6 British troops were killed in the incident. ”

Other witnesses emphasize that the casualties were too high. “The incident was very terrible, we were busy preparing the dipping of the bob.” When we got out of the dormitories, a car ran a distance of approximately 200 meters and hit our shop, this incident was shocking the car was damaged during the blast, and it crashed with my shop. Three people were wounded in this car, and the driver’s condition was too bad. ”

Ainullah, who is an assistant to the store, insists that today’s incident has caused all of its produced materials to be destroyed. “In this incident, many people were the injured, and I saw by my eyes that many civilians and foreign troops were killed in the incident,” he added. At least 6 foreign troops were killed in the incident and a number of our Afghans were also severely affected by the incident. ”

Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai speaks during a press conference in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014. Ghani Ahmadzai vowed that his crackdown on official corruption will ensure there is no repeat of a banking scandal in which almost $1 billion was embezzled, decimating confidence in the country’s financial sector. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)

Meanwhile, Afghan Interior Ministry said there were four civilians killed and three others injured in the incident, but did not comment on the number of foreign troop casualties. However, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has claimed that a total of 10 foreign soldiers have been killed and two of them have been completely destroyed.

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