15 people have been reported to be killed in a landmine blast which took place in Afghanistan on Tuesday. The incident took place in Afghanistan’s central Daikundi province. 15 civilians included children were killed.
- A landmine blast that happened in Afghanistan kills 15 people including children.
- 15 people who have dead included 7 women and 5 children.
- The bomb was planted to target a bus that was carrying Civilians in a village.
15 people killed in a landmine blast in Afghanistan
On Tuesday there was a landmine blast that killed 15 civilians in Afghanistan. Out of the 15 people killed 7 were women and 5 were children. The blast took place in Afghanistan’s Central Daikundi province said the officials.
The spokesperson for the provincial governor Nasrullah Ghori said that the incident took place in a district called Kijran when a bus hit a landmine. The bomb targeted civilians as per the statement given by Afghan Interior Affairs ministry.
The interior ministry of Afghanistan has issued a statement that the Taliban are to be blamed for planting the device. When the intra-afghan talks began 19 civilians have been killed and many were injured in the clashes which took place between the parties said the Afghanistan Independent Human rights commission.
In a speech given at UN General Assembly by President Ashraf Ghani said that the Afghan people have a clear and urgent priority. He even said that there is an urgent need for the violence to end and this will lead to progress.
15 civilians have been killed in the blast which included many children. The Dasht-e-Sulaiman village civilians were targeted said the reports.
There has been violence that was flared across Afghanistan when talks about the landmark intro-afghan began in the Qatari capital Doha on 12th September. Their people were also injured apart from the 15 people killed in the blast.