Kabul shrine attack: Woman public rep among dead
NEILI (Pajhwok): Sumaia Mohammadi, a member of the Daikundi Provincial Council (PC), has been killed during the overnight attack on the Cart-i-Sakhi shrine in Kabul, a local representative said on Wednesday.
Hadi Rahimzada, also a member of Daikundi PC, confirmed Mohammadi had been killed in the terrorist attack. He condemned her killing in strong terms.
Fourteen Shiite mourners were killed and another 36 others, participating in an Ashura gathering, were wounded in the attack on the Cart-i-Sakhi shrine in the 3rd police district, the Interior Ministry spokesman said.
Born in 1984, Sumaia hailed from the Ghachorbash village of Sangtakht district. She migrated to Iran during her childhood and returned in 2005 to continue her education at Sangtakht Bandar High School.
She was a teacher by profession and work for 10-year in the filed. Daikundi PC is comprised of nine members, including three women.
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