Afghanistan 20 bomb terrorist deaths at election rally

In Afghanistan, where the presidential election will take place on the 28th of this month, there was a bomb terrorism that seems to have aimed for an election rally, and at least 20 people have been killed so far. There was no injury to President Gani who visited the scene, but the police are investigating that there is a possibility of a terrorist attack aimed at the president.

On the afternoon of 17th in Parwan Province, north of Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, there was a big explosion near a police checkpoint.

According to local police, this explosion has killed at least 20 people, including citizens, and more than 20 people have been injured and treated in hospitals.

At that time, near the site, an election meeting was held before the presidential election on the 28th of this month, and President Gani was scheduled to give a speech.

The police are investigating that somebody may have caused a bomb terror attack aimed at the president.

Regarding the presidential election, the anti-government armed forces Taliban have declared obstruction of the election, and there is concern about further deterioration in security before the presidential election.