8 dead, 50 wounded in blasts during cricket match

May 19 2018 03:59 PM
8 dead, 50 wounded in blasts during cricket match

Kabul: Opportunities for the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan in Afghanistan, cricket matches were being played at a football stadium, but during this time, 8 people were killed in the bomb blasts while many others were injured. These blasts were one in the eastern city of Jalalabad in Afghanistan. Provincial council member Sohrab Kadri said that the blast occurred due to two rockets in which at least 8 people died and 50 others were injured.

Significantly, the current Afghan government is working to increase awareness for cricket, which has caused a major setback to this incident, because the terrorist organizations of Afghanistan are against cricket and have been opposing this move of the government. According to Afghanistan's terrorists, Sharia law of Islam does not allow such games. This is also a big event for Afghanistan as well as for the cricket world, because such an incident has never happened in the history of cricket.

However, the responsibility of these bomb blasts has not been taken by any terrorist organization yet, it is significant that in Nangarhar province adjoining the Pakistan border this year there has been a significant increase in the incidents of violence. At least 15 people were killed in an attack on the State Accounts Office last week.

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