Three people, all civilians sustained injuries as a blast shocked Kunduz provincial capital the Kunduz city 250 km north of Kabul on Saturday, police spokesman Sayed Sarwar Hussaini said.
"It was a sticky bomb planted on a vehicle and exploded in front of a mosque in Kunduz city, injuring three passersby," Hussaini told Xinhua.
The violent blast happened at 01:30 p.m. local time, he said, adding investigation has been initiated to locate and bring to justice the culprits behind the attack.
This is the second blast in Afghanistan on Saturday.
In the previous blast which occurred in the shape of suicide car bombing in the southern Helmand province, two security personnel were killed and five others injured.