Two army soldiers were killed and 25 more were wounded in an explosion at an Afghan National Army division at Bagram Airfield, Parwan province, on Friday evening.
The army soldiers were busy in prayer when the explosion happened.
The type of blast is not known so far, but sources said that the explosion was due to a bomb that was already planted in the area.
Officials from ANA’s Division in Bagram meanwhile rejected the claim of casualties and said that 18 soldiers sustained minor injuries in the explosion.
Violence remains high in the country despite efforts to move the peace process forward amidst the announcement of the withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan.
Sources on Friday said that an average of 11 to 49 soldiers and civilians have been killed in Taliban attacks in Afghanistan daily following the announcement of the withdrawal of US troops from the country on April 14.
According to statistics provided by sources, 226 Afghan civilians and military personnel have been killed in Taliban attacks in 24 provinces since April 15.
Of the figure, 69 are civilians and 157 are security force members.