The suicide attack in the Kaj educational center in Kabul on Friday drew crowds of students to the streets, demonstrating, some of whom were said to be the survivors of the deadly attack.
Around 10 in the morning on Saturday, October 1, some students in Kabul began to demonstrate against the attack on an educational facility, in which some of the explosion attack survivors reportedly took part.
According to the reports, the Taliban suppressed the students’ protest using violence.
The Taliban reportedly used rifle butts and shafts as well as electric duty gears to disperse the students and beat the protestors.
From the Pol-e-Sokhta area of Kabul, this protest made its way to the Mohammad Ali Jinnah hospital. According to domestic news reports, the Taliban began firing in the air and barred journalists from entering the area.
To protest the Friday explosion at the Kaj education center, which killed and injured dozens of students, as well as to end the genocide against the Hazara minority, protests were also held in Washington, D.C., Italy, and India.
The demonstrations are sparked as a deadly explosion left at least 23 students dead and 32 injured at the Kaj education center in a Hazara neighborhood of Kabul, the Afghan capital, and sparked outrage both at both domestically and internationally.—Khaama News Agency