Three back-to-back explosions in Kabul kills 3 people and injures six others on Wednesday.
In the first blast, a police vehicle was targeted in the Qala-e-Abdul Ali area in the Paghman district of Kabul.
According to the police, the blast did not cause any harm or casualties.
The second magnetic IED explosion hit a vehicle in Qowai Markaz of downtown Kabul.
The blast left four people wounded, media reports the vehicle belonged to the ministry of labor
according to police, another vehicle was targeted with a Magnetic IED in Baraki square in Kabul, 3 people including, Kochai Ibrahimkhel, the PD5 Police chief was killed in the explosion.
This comes on the heels of Targeted killings and IED blast on Tuesday, four workers of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development were murdered by unknown armed men, and also a driver for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was killed in an IED explosion in PD16, Macroryan area of Kabul city.
No group or individual including the Taliban/Daesh has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Weakened security systems, reconnaissance, surveillance, and unprofessionalism of security officials in the central and other parts of Kabul have turned explosions into daily alarm clocks.