Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, has once again been shaken by a bomb blast. Surprisingly, this time the bomb blast happened right next to the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Interior Ministry spokesperson Abdul Nafai Thakor said that 4 people were killed and 25 people were injured in this explosion in a mosque near the ministry. He said that the explosion is being investigated.
These days, news of bomb blasts are coming out one after another in Kabul. On Monday, there was a huge explosion in Pul-e-Sukhta area on Shaheed Majri Road in West Kabul.
The blast took place around 2 pm. Earlier, 53 people were killed in the bomb blasts on September 30. According to the United Nations (UN) report, 46 of the 53 people killed in this blast were girls.