A number of students who have survived Wednesday’s suicide attack on the education center in Kabul have said that the security leaders should step down from their posts as they have failed to resolve security issues in the country.
Meanwhile families living in Dasht-e-Barchi area of the capital have said that they are always worried when their children are away from home.
Masooma one of the survivors said: “I want to know if there is anyone being held accountable before us. Who will respond to the loss of so many youths.”
“My demand from government is that defense minister, minister of interior and head of national directorate of security should be fired. Dozens of youths were martyred and tomorrow it can be our turn,” said one student Ali.
“I can not forget the moment they were transferring the wounded students, it was the worst moment of my life,” said Zuhra, another student who also survived the attack.
At least 60 students were killed and over 70 others wounded in the attack.