National Security Advisor visits the wounded of a terrorist attack in Kabul
Reporter: Firdous Rasouli
Hamdullah Mohib, a national security adviser, met the wounded and the victims of the Kabul terror attack and severely condemned the attack on the perpetrators. More than 100 people were killed and wounded in a raid last Monday (Monday 01 July), when a bomber vehicle hit homes.
The Ministry of Public Health says many injuries have been transferred to hospitals, and we have appointed more doctors to treat wounded people.
The ministry also says that out of 116 injured terrorists yesterday, 84 of them were discharged after receiving the necessary medical assistance, and more than 30 others, some of whom were seriously ill, were admitted to hospitals. Are.
The most damage was reported to civilians, including school students, yesterday. 51 students who had been wounded by the collapse of their classroom glasses were discharged from hospitals yesterday after receiving medical assistance.
The timely action of the security forces, in particular, the police at the event, saved a large number of carriers around the site of the terrorist attack and they were able to save 210 lives from potential danger.
The attack has also inflicted financial losses on buildings and property costs.
All five attackers of the terrorist attack yesterday were killed by security forces and the government.
The Taliban attack attacks on civilians while the Taliban are at the seventh round of peace talks between US delegates and their group members.