After mosque, now blast in education centre, 19 died

Kabul: A powerful blast took place in Afghanistan's capital Kabul on Friday (September 30) morning. According to the information, this blast took place in an educational institution in Kabul. At least 19 people have been confirmed dead in this blast. The number of casualties is expected to increase. Police said no group has claimed responsibility for the attack yet.

Kabul Police spokesman Khalid Zadran has said that there was a blast inside an institution. Security officials have reached the area for investigation. According to media reports, a Taliban official has said that there was an explosion in Afghanistan's capital Kabul on Friday morning. According to local media, the blast took place inside an education centre in the Dashti Barchi area. On behalf of the Taliban, Interior Ministry spokesman Abdul Nafi Takor said the blast took place on Friday morning. According to media reports, 19 people have died in this blast.

Let us know that no terrorist organization has taken responsibility for the blast inside the education centre in Kabul Blast. Several such violent incidents have been reported since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan a year ago. The Islamic State (ISIS) terror group considers the Taliban as its major rival. In the past, attacks have targeted mosques, especially members of Afghanistan's Shiite community.

A few days ago, on September 23, there was an explosion in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. The blast took place near a mosque in Kabul, in which many people died. In this blast, 4 people lost their lives there. Earlier in September, there was a blast in a mosque near the city of Herat, in which 30 people died.

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