Kabul Bombing ‘Questionable’

A wounded man lies on the ground at the site of a blast in Kabul.
REUTERS/Omar Sobhani

Kabul Bombing ‘Questionable’:

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A number of Afghan Parliament Members spoke out about the deadly Kabul bombing that left more than 80 people killed and called it “questionable”.

They asked intelligence and security institutions to present answers over the passing of the car bomb to its target.

Representative of Kabul, Ramazan Bashar Dost said, “explosives never transfer in ordinary vehicles. The explosives were transferred in black glass vehicles which are belong to specific people.”

MP, Nazifa Zaki said, “authorities should be accountable that how the suicide bomber passed the squares of the city?”

Representative of Badakhshan, Fawzia Koofi said, “today’s incident occurred near the Presidential Palace. It is obvious that there are some who transfer the explosives.”

The second deputy speaker of the parliament said those who do not believe in any religion carry out suicide bombings in holy month of Ramadan.

This comes as no terrorist groups have claimed responsibility behind today’s incident.

The armed Taliban group also reacted at the deadly bombing in capital Kabul, claiming that the fighters of the group have no role in today’s devastating attack.

The rush-hour suicide bomb hidden in a sewage truck killed at least 80 people and wounded more than 350 others in Kabul early Wednesday.

The powerful explosion occurred at a time when Kabul’s roads were packed with commuters.

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