The vehicle brings staff and students to Alberoni University north of Kapisa, the interior ministry said.
A roadblock hit a minibus carrying university teachers and students in Afghanistan north of Kapisa, killing at least four people and injuring 11 others, officials said.
Interior Ministry spokesman Tariq Arian said the minibus was targeted on Saturday while transferring the group to Alberoni University. Regional police spokesman Shayeq Shoresh said the bomb had been detonated by remote control.
Some of the injured were in critical condition, said Hamed Obaidi, a spokesman for the ministry of higher education.
Afghanistan’s TOLO News also reported that the incident took place at 15:15 pm (10:45 GMT).
No one claimed responsibility for the attack. Past threats at Kabul University in November last year were reported by ISIL (ISIS).
Most of Afghanistan’s war zones are loaded with land mines and land mines. Many are planted by militants simply to fight off militias, but they usually kill civilians.
Saturday’s attack comes 2,500 to 3,500 weeks after US troops began evacuating the country.
He will be leaving on September 11 soon. The ouster comes in the midst of a renewed Taliban, which controls or controls half of Afghanistan.
In cooperation with the Taliban and the US last year, Washington had to withdraw troops in exchange for Taliban security and for the group to start peace talks with the Afghan government.
However, in months ago, violence in this country has increased.
Three weeks ago, a bomb outside a school in Kabul killed 68 people, most of them students, and injured 165 others.
As many as 1,800 Afghans have been killed or injured in the first three months of 2021 in clashes between government forces and Taliban fighters, the United Nations said last month.