Attack with grenade occurred Wednesday morning against a police vehicle Taliban in the western suburbs of Kabul, resulting in there many injured, said two Taliban officials.
“A grenade was fired at our mujahedeen vehicle, injuring two,” said Interior Ministry spokesman Carrie Sagent Hosti.
A local Taliban official confirmed that it was a “bomb” that was thrown at a police vehicle, while talking about four injured students.
According to APE-MPE, the explosion occurred at around 08:00 local time (06:00 Greek time), according to an eyewitness. “I saw a thick cloud of smoke in the car mirror and people running to escape. “I managed to leave the area,” said 35-year-old Amin Amani, an eyewitness.
Since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan on August 15, there has been a wave of bloody attacks, which launches Islamic State. The local branch of the Islamist organization, the Islamic State in Khorasan, has attacked the Taliban and the Shiite minority in recent weeks.
Last Thursday, a local Taliban police chief was killed in a car bomb attack on his car in Assadabad, eastern Afghanistan.