At least seven people were killed in coordinated attacks on police headquarters in Kabul City on Wednesday, the Ministry of Public Health said on Thursday.
Waheed Majroh, spokesman for the ministry, said 17 others were wounded in the attacks.
He said “the number of casualties may raise".
The first attack occurred at around 11:30am Kabul time in which two suicide bombers stormed the PD13 Police Headquarters’ building in Dasht-e-Barchi area, in the west of Kabul, Interior Ministry spokesman Najib Danish.
He said one police officer and a police soldier were killed and two others wounded in the attack.
Meanwhile, Kabul Police Chief Daud Amin said on Thursday that “first a suicide bomber detonated his explosives close to the gate of PD13 and the second bomber entered inside the compound and he was killed by police after 20 minutes of clashes".
“The attackers had security forces uniform and were equipped with RPG, hand grenade and guns,” he said.
The second explosion occurred when a suicide bomber was recognized and stopped by police force members in Mahtab Qala area in Dasht-e-Barchi, he added.
Amin said five suicide bombers attacked PD10 Police Headquarters in Shar-e-Naw area in Kabul City.
The attack occurred at around 12:30pm when a suicide bomber blew up his explosives near the police headquarters and four others entered into building of a private travel agency in the area and started their attacks from the roof the building, the police chief said.
“The target was Shahir Travel Agency but police rescued all 300 employees of the agency,” he said, adding that “the four other attackers were killed by police during the clearance operation".
According to Danish, the attack ended at around 6:30pm after all attackers were gunned down by government forces.
Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack in Dasht-e-Barchi.
Meanwhile, Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack in Shahr-e-Naw.
However the National Directorate of Security (NDS) said in a statement that Haqqani network had plotted Wednesday's suicide bombings in Kabul with the help of Lashkar-e-Taiba.