Locals in the Kabul areas of Sherpur and Wazir Akbar Khan have reported two explosions, and there have also been reports of explosions in the Dehmazang area of the Afghan capital. According to Taliban security authorities, no immediate casualties were caused by the explosions on Sunday morning.
According to the security officers of the Taliban government, the occurrence in Sherpur and Wazir Akbar Khan on July 31st took place at about 6:30 am.
The Taliban Ministry of Defense spokesman, Abdul Nafi Takor, stated that no one was hurt when a rocket struck an unoccupied house in Kabul’s Sherpur area.
As for the explosions, some sources claim that they were brought on by the landing of two rockets near the Wazir Akbar Khan and Sherpur areas of Kabul.
Both instances have gone unclaimed thus far by any group or organization.
Since the Taliban seized power, there have been more attacks in Afghanistan, despite the Taliban’s assurances of security.
Additionally, earlier this month, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) issued a report documenting the human rights situation in Afghanistan during the past 10 months since the Taliban took power.
However, between mid-August 2021 and mid-June 2022, UNAMA recorded 2,106 civilian casualties. This is despite a general, significant decline in armed violence.