Lyrics: GC Amar & Kalpana Majhi
Music: GC Amar
Arrenger: Indra Gc
Director: Mdan Khadka
camera: Hari Nyaupane
Editing: Bikash Gyawali
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News Published in The Gurdian Aout This Incident
A suicide aircraft has murdered no less than 14 individuals in an assault on a minibus conveying Nepalese security protects in Kabul.
"Starting report of today's terrorist assault in Kabul 14 killed and eight injured. Police are attempting to ID casualties," inside service representative Sediq Sediqqui said on Twitter on Monday.A Taliban representative, Zabihullah Mujahid, guaranteed obligation regarding the assault on online networking, asserting it was "against the powers of hostility" in Afghanistan.
The besieging, did by a suicide plane by walking as indicated by police, happened just before 6am (0130 GMT) in the east of the Kabul along the primary street toward the eastern city of Jalalabad.
Kabul police boss Abdul Rahman Rahimi said the suicide aircraft had held up close to a compound lodging the security contractual workers and struck as the vehicle traveled through early morning activity. And in addition the transport travelers, a few people in a nearby market were likewise injured in the assault.
It was the primary assault in the capital since the begin of the sacred fasting month of Ramadan two weeks prior.
The last assault in the Afghan capital on 19 April left 64 dead and more than 340 injured.
That assault was additionally guaranteed by the Taliban, who have been pursuing an insurrection against the Western-upheld Kabul government since they were expelled from force by a US-drove attack in late 2001.
In a different assault hours after the fact, a bomb planted in a motorbike killed no less than eight regular citizens and injured another 18 in a swarmed market in the northern territory of Badakhshan, said commonplace government representative Naveed Frotan. The setback number could rise, he said.
Another blast in Kabul later on Monday morning injured a commonplace chamber part and no less than three of his bodyguards, Kabul police representative Basir Mujahid said. It was thought a bomb had been connected to the government official's auto, he said.
Neither of the last two assaults were promptly asserted by any gathering.
Washington as of late reported a development of the US military's power to lead air strikes against the Taliban, fundamentally boosting Afghan powers who have constrained close air-bolster limits.
US powers have been in a consultative part in Afghanistan since the begin of 2015 and were just approved to hit Taliban focuses for cautious reasons, or to secure Afghan fighters.
The progressions mean US troops can now work all the more intimately with nearby warriors in striking the Taliban, who have requested the takeoff of all outside powers.