Ministry of Interior confirmed that four people were killed and 90 have been wounded in Kabul’s Monday evening blast.
Interior ministry's Najib Danish said among those killed, three are soldiers and one is a civilian.
Among those wounded, 23 are children and 12 are women. Danish said most of the wounded are civilians.
Interior Ministry deputy spokesman Nusrat Rahimi meanwhile said the figure is not final and the casualties may rise.
Ministry of Public Health officials confirmed that the four killed have been transferred to hospital. The ministry however said 50 people have been wounded.
On Monday evening a huge blast rocked Afghanistan’s capital Kabul city.
Following the attack, Danish said the explosion was from a truck bomb explosion which occurred near Green Village compound in Kabul's PD9.
He said a number of civilian houses around the area were damaged in the explosion too.
Foreign NGOs are situated around the area and a number of foreigners also live in the area.
President Ashraf Ghani meanwhile condemned the attack and labeled it inhuman and against Islam, Presidential Palace said in a statement.
Ghani directed relevant organizations to investigate the attack and address the needs of those wounded and families of the victims.