A police ranger-type vehicle was targeted by an explosion in Baraki square PD4 of Kabul city.
According to police, the incident occurred at around 4:22 pm local time on Sunday.
“Terrorists” detonated a roadside bomb in the area, police told media.
Kabul police stated at least two people including a child worker were killed and five others were wounded in the blast.
A woman and two of her children are also among the wounded individuals.
Meanwhile, an explosion in Lashkargah left one person dead and 10 others wounded in southern Helmand province.
In another incident, the Police chief of PD5 was targeted in a roadside bomb blast, he has reportedly survived but a civilian was wounded in the attack.
No group or individual so far claimed responsibility for the attacks.
This comes as National Security Council on Sunday said the US-Taliban Taliban deal did not lead to an end to war and bloodshed.
Rahmatullah Andar NSC spokesman tweeted that there were no necessary consultations conducted with the Afghan government during the US-Taliban deal.
The accord to end the long-term war in war-weary Afghanistan was not effective.
Andar said the agreement was not effective and could not stop bloodshed and war and did not put an end to the “dark days for Afghans”.
Security forces have set the protection of Afghanistan their priority and it is their responsibility to look at matters like peace, war, and other related aspects.