Taliban suicide bombers and shooters have raged a police training center in the eastern Afghan city of Gardez, murdering no less than 33 people, authorities say, announced BBC. Another 160 were injured in the ambush. The Interior Ministry said the neighborhood police chief is among the dead.
“At initial a suicide plane exploded an auto loaded with explosives close to the instructional hub, clearing a path for various attackers to begin their ambush,” a representative said.
Authorities say no less than six attackers were killed by security forces in the battling, which continued for a few hours.
The victims incorporate “ladies, students and police”, Gardez general wellbeing executive Hedayatullah Hamidi revealed to AFP news organization. The Taliban said it was behind the assault. The assault comes days after police in the capital, Kabul, said they had captured an eventual suicide truck plane, turning away a noteworthy assault.