Afghanistan: Kabul shaken by 10 serial blasts one after the other.
One after another, several blasts rocked the Afghan capital, Kabul, in which six people have died so far. 14 consecutive blasts rocketed in Kabul.
So far six people have died in these attacks while more than 25 people have been injured.
According to information received from the Interior Ministry, 14 rockets were fired in Kabul. Rockets fell in several areas shortly after the two blasts in the Chahal Sutton and Arjan Price areas of Kabul.
The Ministry of Tolo News, Ministry said that apart from Wazir Akbar Khan and Shahar-e-Nawah area of Kabul.
Chahar Kala, Gul-a-Surkh in PD 4, Sadarat Gol Road, Spinger Road in the heart of the city.
National Archive Road Rockets were fired at PD 2 near Lissi Mariam Market and the Panjsad family area located in the northern area of Kabul.
Till now no organization has claimed responsibility for these blasts, while the Taliban has also denied their involvement in it.
A few months earlier, terrorist attacks were carried out by the Taliban and the Islamic State in Afghanistan’s main cities, including Kabul.
India said in the United Nations – Afghanistan will succeed only if terrorism does not cross the Durand Line.
Targeting Pakistan indirectly, India told the United Nations on Friday that Afghanistan can only succeed if terrorism does not cross the Durand Line.
India insisted that those providing safe havens to the terrorists be held accountable and the Security Council clearly spoke against such forces. The Durand Line is the 2,640 km long border line between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Tirumurthy said- peace process and violence cannot continue together
Ambassador TS Tirumurthy, India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, said, “We believe that the peace process and violence cannot continue together and we call for a comprehensive ceasefire immediately.”
For sustainable peace in Afghanistan, we have to end the safe havens of the terrorists and the terrorist camps operating across the Durand Line.
Tirumurthy said – supply chains of terrorists have to be broken.
He said that to end the violence in Afghanistan, the supply chains of terrorists have to be broken. Demonstration on the streets against Pakistani PM Imran Khan in Afghanistan, the father of terror
During the visit of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to Afghanistan, there were fierce demonstrations on the streets of Kabul.
The protesters had banners and posters in their hands, which read, ‘Pakistan is the father, sponsor, and exporter of terrorism. Pakistan stops spreading violence.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is on an official visit here since Thursday along with some of his ministers and the ISI chief.
This is his first visit after becoming Prime Minister.
Demonstrations are taking place not only in Kabul, Afghanistan but also in southwestern Paktia and Khost states.
Afghan citizens say that Pakistan has a double character and Imran Khan is here to pretend peace efforts.
It is to be known that Afghanistan is currently under the grip of violent violence and Taliban attacks are taking place daily. Innocent people are being killed in these attacks.