Three civilians were injured Monday in a bomb blast in Afghan northern city of Kunduz, 260 km north of Kabul, police said. "It was a remote-controlled bomb designed to target local police officer Abdul Shakor but targeted a civilian car at 03:30 p. m. local time. The bombing badly wounded three commuters including a man, a woman and a child," police spokesman Sayed Sarwar Hussaini told Xinhua.
He blamed Taliban militants for masterminding the attack. However, the outfit is yet to make comment.
This is the second blast on Monday in Afghanistan. In the previous blast which shocked capital Kabul, two civilian were killed and 15 others were injured.