First Vice President of Afghanistan Amrullah Saleh has said the Taliban are responsible for all targeted attacks in the country and “have no will for peace.”
In an interview with National Television, Saleh “they have come to kill a woman, a child, a journalist, and now they are staying in Bam.”
Meanwhile, the press office of the First Vice President issued a statement, saying that criminal incidents in Kabul have decreased.
But people are worried about what they say is an increase in terrorist attacks, especially targeted killings and magnetic bombings, it added.
The Ministry of Interior has posted a video on social media to inform people about magnetic mines.
The ministry urges people to carefully inspect their vehicles when they stop, on the roads, and after repairs.
According to TOLOnews, there have been more than 200 shootings in the country in the past month, resulting in more than 270 deaths and more than 350 injuries.