The casualties’ toll in Ghazni has hit 61 people
Reporter: Gulab-u-din Amiri
This morning, around 8:30 am, a car bomb attack hit a national security office in Ghazni. According to preliminary reports, 61 people have been killed and injured so far. Ghazni governor spokesman Arif Noori said: “The explosion of a car bombing near a national security zone killed at least eight security personnel and four civilians, and 49 others were wounded, all of whom were civilians and more Schoolchildren are wounded who have been transferred to government hospitals.”
Ghazni local officials continue to emphasize that the number of civilian casualties may be higher, while the Taliban group has been broadcasting the newsletter and the group has taken responsibility for this incident. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid has claimed that the National Security Forces has been completely destroyed in Ghazni and that heavy casualties have been inflicted on the military.