Two militants killed in Kabul attack

Canada Global (Web News) In an attempt to raid the headquarters of an Afghan party led by seasoned politician Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, three unidentified terrorists exploded a car bomb on Friday, according to officials.

Two assailants were murdered as they attempted to enter the Kabul building, which also houses a mosque, according to Ghairat Baheer, an official with the Hizb-e-Islami party, and a third managed to flee.

Hekmatyar, a cunning politician who held the position of prime minister in the 1990s, was reportedly present but unharmed.

Senior district police official Obaidullah Muddabir confirmed that two assailants had been slain, but he added he thought the third had been apprehended.

I’m outside the compound, and things are under control, he declared.

“We were informed that there were three assailants by the security at the Hizb-e-Islami headquarters. Before they reached the goal, two were dead and one was injured.

Having fought against the Soviet occupation, the Taliban’s initial reign, and the Western-backed government that lasted until August of last year, Hekmatyar is seen as a political survivor in Afghanistan.

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