Heavy clashes were reported between Afghan police forces and angry protesters in capital Kabul on Monday. The incident took place in Pul-e-Charkhi area after dozens of angry protesters demonstrated against the Anti-Islam film.
Afghan interior ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqi confirmed the report however he said the exact number of casualties as a result of the incident is not clear.
Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqi urged Afghan people to prevent further violence.
In the meantime an Afghan security official said around 50 Afghan police forces were injured following the clashes.
Deputy Afghan interior ministry spokesman Najeebullah Nikzad said Kabul police chief Gen. Mohammad Ayoub Salangi was also slightly injured and is in a stable condition.
Mr. Nikzad cofnirmed that at least 15 Afghan police forces were injured during the clashes after a group of protesters attacked Afghan police forces setting an Afghan police check post and Ranger vehicle on fire, three police officers are in a critical condition.
Also commander of the Rapid Reaction Forces Gen. Fahim Qaim said protesters also burnt a number of containers and vehicle tyres. He urged local elders to assist Afghan security forces to prevent further violence and misuse in demonstrations.