Victim’s families in the Dasht-e-Barchi area of Kabul asked the current government to ensure their security.
They said that they have witnessed several explosions in the west of Kabul in the past month.
"Several explosions have taken place in PD13 im the past ten to twenty days. This explosion is not the first and it will not be the last,” Mohammad Ashraf, a resident of Kabul, told TOLOnews.
The explosion in the west of Kabul took the life of a man who was busy working to find a piece of bread for his family on the streets.
Daud, 37, was killed in the blast and was the sole breadwinner of his family according to relatives.
"He was a worker who made mosaics. Daud had two children,” said Ali Ahmad, Daud’s brother.
"We left at ten o'clock at night, and when I saw him at the forensic medical clinic at eight in the morning, he was in pieces and could not be bathed,” said Abdullah, another brother said.
"He used to go to work in the morning and return at six in the evening. I called him many times last night at six o'clock last night, but he did not answer,” said Mah Gul, Daud’s wife.
The Islamic Emirate’s Spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, said that investigations have started regarding the attack.
"The intelligence of the Islamic Emirate and the security institutions are trying to find these people and punish them for their actions. We assure our people that we will definitely pursue them and they will be punished,” Mujahid told TOLOnews.
This comes as Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack, in which seven people were killed and twenty others were injured.