You know, people should stop saying that we live in a modern world where everyone is equal because it is an absolute lie. The reason why I’m saying this is because I know that there are many people, especially women who are struggling to get their basic rights and it is so disheartening. Recently, United Nations revealed that 46 girls and women lost their lives in the Kabul classroom suicide bombing that happened on Friday.
On Monday, the United Nations said that 46 girls and women were among 53 killed in the Kabul classroom suicide bombing that happened on September 30. The terror blast took place in the west of Kabul’s PD-6 inside the education centre located in Dasht-e-Barchi when students were taking a practice college examination. The UN Mission in Afghanistan informed that casualties from Friday’s bombing in the Hazara neighbourhood of Kabul have now reached 53. According to the reports, nearly 110 people were injured in the explosion. UN also mentioned that their human rights team will continue documenting the crime by “verifying facts and establishing reliable data to counter denial and revisionism.” However, other reports are claiming that nearly a hundred students were killed in the attack.
After the horrifying terror attack, several women from the minority Hazara community took out a massive protest march at the Kaaj Educational Centre.
Further rise in casualties from Friday's classroom bombing in #Hazara quarter of #Kabul:— UNAMA News (@UNAMAnews) October 3, 2022
53 killed, at least 46 girls & young women
Our human rights team continues documenting the crime: verifying facts & establishing reliable data to counter denial & revisionism
On Saturday, India condemned the suicide bombing in Afghanistan’s Kabul and extended condolences to the bereaved families. Arindam Bagchi, who is the spokesperson of the Ministry of External Affairs shared a tweet in which he mentioned the terror attack at the Kaaj Educational Center in Dasht-e-Barchi, Kabul is saddening and extended his condolences to the families of all the victims. Furthermore, his tweet mentioned that India strongly condemns the continued targeting of innocent students at educational places.
We are saddened by yesterday's terror attack at the Kaaj Educational Center in Dasht-e-Barchi, Kabul and extend our condolences to the families of the victims.— Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) October 1, 2022
Indian strongly condemns the continued targeting of innocent students at educational places.
Innocent people losing their lives in such a horrible way is completely wrong.
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