Massive blast at a mosque in Afghanistan, the death toll is rising

Afghanistan was shaken by a terrible explosion. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a mosque in the northern province of Kunduz. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a mosque. At least 50 people have been reported killed in the blast.

However, multiple media outlets reported that many people were injured in the incident. They were taken to a local hospital. As a result, the death toll could rise further.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said on social media that the blast took place at noon on Friday. The militants chose the mosque to carry out the suicide attack. Not only that, this attack happened during prayers. A Taliban spokesman said special investigators had already been dispatched to the scene.

However, it was not immediately clear which militant group was involved in the attack. However, the Islamic State has gradually solidified its soil in Afghanistan. As a result, Islamic State militants were involved in the incident. That is what is being thought. Although the whole matter is being investigated. However, after this incident, the Afghan city has been placed under tight security.

On the other hand, Afghanistan was shaken by a similar explosion a few days ago. A vehicle carrying Taliban fighters was passing over PD Six in Jalalabad, Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan. The car exploded suddenly, locals said. The surroundings trembled at the sound of the explosion.

Three people were reported dead on the spot. Two of them were Taliban and one was a civilian. And without a trace of this incident, Afghanistan was shaken once again by an explosion.

Afghanistan will never be allowed to engage in militant activity. That is what the Taliban demanded. But the role of the Taliban in repeating the same incident over and over again is in question. However, the Taliban has said it will launch an operation to stem the rise of Islamic State. Earlier, US drone strikes targeted IS. Many militants were killed in that attack. That is what is demanded.