A girls’ school was destroyed in an attack by unknown armed men in Farah province in the west of Afghanistan on Monday night, local officials confirmed.
Another school in the province was destroyed on Sunday night.
The schools were destroyed by use of explosives, the head of Education Department Mohammad Azimi said.
This comes after another girl’s school named Benafsha Girls High School was burned down by unknown armed men on Sunday night in Tosak village on the outskirt of the city.
Farah education department head Mohammad Azimi said the unknown armed men entered Nawdeh Girl’s High School on Monday night and replaced explosives devices inside the building and then exploded the devices.
According to Azimi, the school building completely has been destroyed and all the facilities and books have been burned.
At least 2,000 girls were enrolled in the two schools, Azimi said.
While no group has claimed responsibility, but Farah provincial council says that before this Taliban repeatedly had warned that they will set on fire the schools.
Taliban, however, has not claimed responsibility for the incident.
Statistics by the Ministry of Education show that 3.5 million children are deprived of education and at least 900 schools have remained closed across the country.