It has been reported that vote counting has already begun in Mazar-e Sharif city's polling centre of Bakhtar high school as there the voting process has come to an end there.
It has been reported that the death toll at the PD17 Kabul attack has surged to 15 people out of which 10 were civilians and 5, policemen. The nature of the explosion was a suicide bombing, as confirmed by security officials.
It has been reported by Reuters that at least 10 people have been killed and several more wounded in the explosion that took place in PD17's Khair Khana Hilltop polling station of Kabul. No information on claims of responsibility yet. More details to come. [caption id="attachment_1826" align="aligncenter" width="558"] Photo from archive[/caption]
An explosion has been reported in the PD 17 area of Kabul which took place in the polling station on Khair Khana hilltop area at 5 P.M on Saturday. Casualties feared. Nature of the explosion has not been clear yet and nobody has claimed responsibility for the attack.
Reporterly got information from the district police chief of Baharak in Takhar that the voting process in the district passed without many issues. 9 centres were run and were under control. The only minor problem faced by the place was that the biometric devices ran slightly slow which might have caused minor delays. This is also one
Cornelius Zimmermann, NATO's civilian representative after having observed the balloting that took place today across Afghanistan amidst the security threats and challenges was glad to see the turnout of voters. In a statement, he was glad to express that he is "impressed by the courage and determination of Afghan voters shaping the future of their country".
Kabul police spokesman, Bashir Mujahid, has said that as a result of a blast in Khwaja Bughra area of PD 15 in Kabul, one was killed and two others were injured. According to him, one of the injured belongs to the police force. A number of other minor explosions have also been reported in Kabul, which, according
The Government of Afghanistan has come out with an announcement informing all that tomorrow, Sunday will be an off-day across the country as the IEC had earlier announced of elections being held at some polling centres tomorrow.
Mohammad Musa, the district police chief of Hazar Somoj in Takahr province has informed Reporterly that the security in the district is almost under control. However, the voter turnout so far has been less than the number of registered voters in the area and that might be because the provincial council members had gotten their outstationed
Mohammad Ali Hussaini, the district governor of Dara Suf Bala in Samangan has informed Reporterly that the district has 20 operational polling centres and the day has seen smooth operations barring minor technical problems which too, was resolved shortly.
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