Afghan security forces gather around a destroyed vehicle following a suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 25, 2015. The suicide bombing that rocked Kabul city on Wednesday killed six people and injured 31 others, Kabul Police Chief Abdul Rahman Rahimi said. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)
Afghan security forces gather around a destroyed vehicle following a suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 25, 2015. The suicide bombing that rocked Kabul city on Wednesday killed six people and injured 31 others, Kabul Police Chief Abdul Rahman Rahimi said. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)

Repeated terrorist attacks especially the suicide bombings in the capital city Kabul have angered Afghans as many have slammed the government over alleged failure to check terrorist activities in the insurgency-hit country particularly in the fortified Kabul city.

Afghan security forces gather around a destroyed vehicle following a suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 25, 2015. The suicide bombing that rocked Kabul city on Wednesday killed six people and injured 31 others, Kabul Police Chief Abdul Rahman Rahimi said. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)
Afghan security forces gather around a destroyed vehicle following a suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 25, 2015. The suicide bombing that rocked Kabul city on Wednesday killed six people and injured 31 others, Kabul Police Chief Abdul Rahman Rahimi said. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)
In the latest terrorist offensive, which happened on Tuesday within the premises of Supreme Court here in Kabul, at least 20 people, all civilians, had been killed and more than 40 others injured.

The deadly suicide bombing which has withdrawn wide condemnation at home and abroad, according to Afghans, is not the first and won’t be the last attack on the already suffering Afghan citizens.

“Condemning terrorist attacks after killing so many innocent people by terrorists is not the remedy,” a Kabul resident Mohammad Haroon lamented in talks with Xinhua on Thursday.

Haroon believes that awarding “exemplary punishment including publicly hanging the arrested terrorists” by government can help to check terrorist incursion into Afghanistan.

Officials within the Afghan government including President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, UN, U.S., European Union, and several more nations and international agencies have termed the attack on Afghan Supreme court as a “coward terrorist act” and condemned in strongest terms.

“Terrorists always kill people by conducting suicide bombings, roadside bombing and shooting but the government just condemns; while hundreds of terrorists affiliated with the Taliban, Haqqani network, al-Qaida and Islamic State groups have been held in prisons,” an infuriated man Haq Nazar told Xinhua.

“Government should publicly execute the terrorists arrested by security forces instead of keeping them in jail,” the infuriated Nazar asserted.

Joining the demand for awarding capital punishment to terrorists, Tamim, 24, who received injuries in terrorist attack against the apex court on Tuesday, in talks with media from his bed in hospital called upon government to “execute all the arrested terrorists.”

Former Afghan intelligence chief Rahmatullah Nabil, according to media reports, in his facebook page noted, “Honor martyrs by executing Anas Haqqani” the operational leader of infamous terrorist group the Haqqani network who was arrested by Afghan intelligence agency in 2014. Enditem

Source: Xinhua/NewsGhana.com.gh

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