The provinces of Kandahar, Kunduz and Ghazni were shaken by four bombs, killing 11 civilians.
At least 11 people have been killed and 13 others injured in four separate bombings in Afghanistan on Thursday, three hours after a three-day civil war in celebration of the Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr, officials said.
Although there were no reports of direct fighting between the Taliban and the military when they witnessed it temporary temporary suspension, roadside bombs continued to injure civilians.
A road bomb had struck a car in Panjwai district in the southern province of Kandahar, killing five civilians, including a mother and children, said Jamal Naser Barekzai, a spokesman for police in the region.
In another incident, two children were killed and three adults were injured when a roadside bomb exploded under a taxi in Maiwand district in the same province, Barekzai added.
In the northern region of Kunduz, a grenade attached to a car exploded, killing two civilians and injuring 10 others, said Enhamuddin Rahmani, a spokesman for the region’s police chief.
Two people were also killed by a roadside bomb in central Ghazni, officials said.
Afghanistan’s TOLO News newspaper quoted a Kunduz citizen as saying: “Troops arrived in the area 40 minutes after the incident, with the Kunduz police headquarters about 100 meters from the scene.”
“A Muslim does not oppress another Muslim in this way. We raise our children in poverty and in difficult situations, but they are easily abused. If they (the perpetrators) are Muslims, they should not abuse such children, ”a resident of another Kunduz area told TOLO News.
Three days of strong protests by Taliban insurgents and government concerns come at a time when violence is rampant in Afghanistan following Washington’s announcement last month of preparations. excluding all U.S. troops by September 11.
Afghan troops have set up an operation to seize Taliban territory outside the capital Kabul, in the vicinity of Wardak on Wednesday but have been suspended pending a ceasefire.
Yesterday, Taliban militants killed or captured some government troops and forced others to return after seizing Nerkh province, less than an hour from Kabul.