Taliban molitia killed more than 25 Afgan people in southern province of Kandhar .This incident took place when the militia man tried to stop the bus, on the refusal to do so they openely fired several rounds of bullet on unarmed civilian.
Taliban insurgents killed 25 Afghan civilians, including a child, after firing on one bus and seizing control of another in the southern province of Kandahar, a local police chief said on Sunday.
Violence in the war-torn country has surged this year with attacks at their highest level in six years, the United Nations' top envoy in Afghanistan said this month. Some 4,000 people have died so far this year, a third of them civilians.
The latest attack, on Thursday, happened while two buses carrying passengers, including women and children, drove through Maywand district in Kandahar, the spiritual home of the Taliban and where the hardline Islamists still draw a lot of support.
The Taliban tried to stop one of the buses but it carried on driving, said Kandahar police chief Matiullah Qateh. The insurgents then fired on the bus killing one child.
The militants managed to stop the second bus carrying about 50 passengers, said Qateh. They killed 24 of the travellers and freed the rest, he said.
Although an investigation was launched on Thursday, the bodies were only found later some distance from the road, said Qateh.
A spokesman for the Taliban, Qari Mohammad Yousuf, told Reuters they had killed 27 people he said were Afghan soldiers.