Speaking at a live broadcast, Andrabi said:
Among the injured were 4 employees of a security company who were seriously injured.
The Afghan Interior Ministry said in a statement that the attack was caused by the bombing of a car "Toyota – Tunisia", targeting a convoy of four-wheel drive vehicles carrying employees of a security company called "World Guard" was passing from the place.
The attack destroyed two civilian vehicles and caused a medium hole in the main street.
Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani condemned the attack, describing the attack as a "crime against humanity."
Ghani said in a statement: "The iron determination of our people to move towards peace, well-being and prosperity will not bend before such despicable acts of enemies."
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack, which came a day after the authorities released three Taliban leaders, including Anas Haqqani, the brother of the group's leader from Bagram prison, as part of a deal with two US and Australian hostages held by the Taliban.