Sources have said that according to local time at 9.45 pm, a convoy of the Intelligence Agency was passing near the martyr’s roundabout near District 15 of Kabul (Kabul), when a tremendous car exploded.
A tremendous car explosion took place on Tuesday night in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Nine people were badly injured in this blast, including security forces personnel. Sources said that the Afghan intelligence agency’s convoy was targeted through this attack. The number of blasts in the country has increased since the decision of America to go out of Afghanistan.
Sources have said that according to local time at 9.45 pm, a convoy of the Intelligence Agency was passing near the martyr’s roundabout in District 15, Kabul, when a tremendous car exploded. The Kabul police have confirmed the blast, but have not provided much information in this regard. Residents of the city told on social media that the blast was very tremendous and it was felt in different parts of the city. It can be seen in the photographs of the scene that shops and houses in the vicinity have been badly damaged. So far no organization has claimed responsibility for the attack.
American soldiers will return from Afghanistan
Significantly, US President Joe Biden has announced that from May 1, American troops will be returning from Afghanistan. Biden has said that on September 11, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, all American soldiers will leave Afghanistan and return home. There are currently 2,500 American soldiers in Afghanistan, who are engaged in protecting the country with Afghan security forces. US troops also deal with the Taliban within Afghanistan. US troops were first deployed in Afghanistan to eliminate Al Qaeda in 2001.
Return of American soldiers threatens civil war
On the other hand, with the withdrawal of US troops, the possibility of civil war in Afghanistan has increased. Many leaders of the country have expressed concern over this. Mir Rahman Rahmani, Speaker of the Parliament of Afghanistan and some other members of the lower house, said that given the current situation, the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan poses a threat of civil war. Rahmani said that it has always been a wish of the Afghan people to leave foreign troops out of the country. But at the present time the present circumstances do not allow this to happen.
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