Thursday, April 22, 2021

Another Bomb Blast Hits Afghanistan Killing Atleast 50 People

Another bomb blast hits Afghanistan killing at least 30 people. A suicide bomber targeted a protest in Mohmand Dara district in Nangarhar province of Afghanistan on Tuesday afternoon which killed between 30-50 people. The final reports are yet to be accurately verified. 

According to Tolo News Provincial governor’s spokesman said at least 19 people were killed and 57 others were wounded in the explosion. However, the provincial public health directorate said at least 30 people were killed in the explosion.

The deputy head of Nangarhar provincial council, Obaidullah, said over 50 people lost their lives in the incident. The protest was held in Mohmand Dara district near Jalalabad-Torkham Highway. He said the protestors asked for dismissal of Bilal Pacha, a commander of local police force members in Achin district, an area close to Mohmad Dara district.

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