The Afghan Ministry of the Interior confirmed on the 15th that the deputy governor of Kabul Province and his assistants were killed in an explosion that morning, injuring two people.
Tariq Arian, spokesman of the Ministry of the Interior of the Interior of Afghanistan, told Xinhua News Agency that at about 9:40 a.m. local time on the 15th, the car of Mahbubulla Muhibi, Vice Governor of Kabul Province, was driving in the 9th Police District of Kabul. An improvised explosive device attached to the car exploded, causing Muhibi and his assistants to be on the spot. Death, two bodyguards were injured.
Arian said that the local police had launched an investigation into the above-mentioned attack. At present, no organization or individual has announced that the attack was caused.
This is the second attack in Kabul on the 15th. At about 6.30 a.m. on the same day, a group of armed elements launched an attack on the local police in the 12th police district in eastern Kabul, killing one policeman and injuring two policemen.
December 15th According to an Afghan 1TV TV station, Mahbubullah Mohibi, the deputy governor of Kabul Province, Afghanistan, was killed in the capital Kabul. His vehicle was reportedly bombed, his secretary was killed in the explosion, and two other guards were injured.
Fahim Abed, a reporter for the New York Times in Kabul, wrote on Twitter that a sticky bullet attached to Mosibi’s bulletproof vehicle and caused the explosion.