53 people killed, 46 girls and women killed in Kabul Education Center bombing: UN

53 people killed, 46 girls and women killed in Kabul Education Center bombing: UN

After the Taliban rule in Afghanistan, the increasing terrorist incidents have made the lives of the people miserable. The incidents of suicide bombings in Afghanistan have not stopped since the Taliban took power in August 2021. The United Nations said on Monday that at least 46 girls and young women were among 53 people killed in Friday's bombings at an education center in the Afghan capital, Kabul.

The bomb blast on Monday also

The United Nations Mission tweeted that 53 people were killed and 110 were injured in a class bombing on Friday in the Hazara quarter of Kabul. At least 46 girls and women were among the dead. Our human rights team is working. It is known that an explosion also occurred on Monday targeting the Hajra population in the western part of the capital of Afghanistan. The blast took place in the Pul-e-Sukhta area near Shahid Mazari Road.

The Taliban did not issue any statement

So far no information has been received about the explosion. Taliban officials have not issued a statement. Media reports have claimed that around 100 students have been killed in the attack. On Saturday, dozens of women from the minority Hazra community demonstrated against the terror attack on the Kaj educational center. These blasts are happening after the blast in the Wazir Akbar Khan area a few days back.

women protested

According to the Pajhwok Afghan News report, female protesters dressed in black raised slogans against the genocide of minorities and demanded their rights. The blast comes days after an explosion was reported near Kabul's Wazir Akbar Khan area, sparking global outrage. The recent bombing outside the Russian embassy in Kabul is being strongly condemned. Human rights groups say the Taliban have broken promises of peace.

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