President Ashraf Ghani is 'safe' and 'unharmed' during a bomb blast in which 31 injured and 24 were killed
During Afghan bomb blast were 31 people were reported injured while 24 were reported dead, but relief is that President Ashraf Ghani was safe.
Most of the civilians killed were Women and Children. Whereas according to reports State ambulances are still operating and numbers may rise.
According to reports, 24 people were killed and 31 others were injured in a Bomb blast, which happened near Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's election rally in Parwan province in Afghanistan on September 17, Tuesday.
Abdul Qasim Sangin who's Head of the Provincial Hospital told to the media that, 'Women and children are among them and most of the victims seem to be the civilians. Ambulances are still operating, and the number of casualties may rise'.
Hamed Aziz, whose spokesman of Ghani's campaign informed Ghani was present at the time of the explosion but is safe and unharmed.
Another incident which also took place on Tuesday was an explosion which took place in Kabul, near the Green Zone, where the defense ministry, The US embassy and NATO headquarters are located.
But there is no militant group have yet claimed responsibility for the explosion.
The Taliban has warned that they will intensify their campaign against Afghan government and foreign forces to dissuade people from voting in the September 28 presidential election, when Ghani will bid for a second five-year term.