Bill to: Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh narrowly escaped the bombing, but 10 guards in his convoy were killed and 16 wounded.
According to the International News Agency, the convoy of Afghanistan’s first vice president Amirullah Saleh was passing through the main highway of the capital Kabul when a car parked on the side of the road was destroyed by a powerful explosion, killing 10 vice president’s bodyguards and injuring 16. Done.
Vice President Amirullah Saleh was safe in the blast, he said in a televised message of his well-being, “I was attacked to kill, but I was safe.” I’m sorry I lost precious lives. The attackers will be brought to a logical conclusion.
The blast completely destroyed three vehicles of the vice president’s bodyguards. The vice president’s son was also present in the convoy at the time of the blast and fortunately he was also safe. The Taliban has expressed dissatisfaction with the attack.