Kabul: Updating the grim number, the press office of the second vice-president of Afghanistan announced that the number of casualties in the attack on the Sayyid al-Shuhada school increased to 100 and over 160 have been wounded.
On May 8, a car full of explosives exploded outside the school along with two roadside bombs. Following the attack, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani ordered the second VP to prepare a plan to prevent such attacks.
Mohammad Hedayat, head of Danesh’s press office, told RFE/RL that the plan had been prepared and submitted to the Security Council. “A plan has been prepared and finalized by the second vice-president and submitted to the presidential palace and the National Security Council. We hope that a serious decision will be made on the implementation of this plan,” he said.
Hedayat, however, did not elaborate on the plan, but added that the plan was prepared in consultation with the people, the chief of staff and security officials.
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According to him, an examination of the security situation in western Kabul showed that there were “security vacancies”, but did not elaborate on the same. The attack on the Sayyid al-Shuhada school is one of the latest deadly attacks on educational and cultural centers, clubs and health centers in western Kabul. The attacks raised concerns about the security situation in Kabul’s densely populated and impoverished area.
Meanwhile, the funeral committee has distributed the collected donations to the families of the victims. Sharif Watandust, a member of the staff, said that seven million afghanis from Afghan refugees in various countries had reached the staff.
Watandust added, “The amount of aid we have received is seven million Afghanis. We are giving 30,000 Afghanis to each family of those killed and 15,000 Afghanis to each family of the wounded. The rest is needed for the seriously injured in hospitals.”
The Afghan government has already provided assistance to the victims’ families.