Car Bomb Exploded in Afghanistan, 30 Security Forces Were Killed


A car filled with a bomb exploded in Ghazni Province, Afghanistan. At least 30 security forces died as a result of the explosion.
As reported by Reuters on Monday (30/11/2020), Director of Ghazni Provincial Hospital, Baz Mohammad Hemat, said at least 30 bodies had been sent to the hospital. Not only that, 24 people who were injured in the explosion have also been evacuated.

“All of the victims were security forces,” he said.

The explosion was targeted at the compound of the Afghan public protection forces and security forces. Even so, it was reported that the explosion also damaged civilians living in the vicinity of the are, and it is estimated that there were more victims in the vicinity of the explosion site.

Interior Ministry spokesman Tariq Arian confirmed that a car containing a bomb exploded at the location. However, he did not elaborate on the impact of the explosion.

Neither party has yet claimed to have claimed the car bomb attack. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid did not confirm and refused to take responsibility for the explosion.