Damaging of the second private school in Ghazni after the Taliban motor bombing
Reporter: Mohammad Din Agharkhail
The Ministry of Education has once again announced in the second week of this month, the second private school has been seriously damaged during Taliban terrorist attack. Nooria Nuzhat, a spokeswoman for the Ministry of Education, said: “In the Taliban, today’s attack, on a department of Ghani National Directorate of Security in the 6th District, a private school called Afghan Rahmati has been damaged around 80% and a number of students of this school have been injured. The wounded of the event have been transferred to hospitals and the schools surrounding the Afghan Rahmati private school have also been seriously damaged and the windows of other schools have collapsed partly.”
The Ministry of Education has raised concerns about the damage to the Afghan school Afghan Rahmati in Ghazni that earlier last week at least 51 students were wounded and one died due to the Taliban insurgent attack on the Ministry of Defense’s engineering and technical department. This event, which occurred in the 16th district of Kabul, another school called Uzair Number 2 was also destroyed. The Ministry of Education once again urged all parties involved in the conflict to avoid harming the students and staff of the Education Ministry during their battle.