Individuals have casted a ballot in Afghanistan’s presidential survey in the midst of substantial security and bomb assaults from extremists.
In excess of 70,000 security powers were conveyed the nation over to counter Taliban aggressors who have promised to target surveying stations.
The twice-deferred vote is occurring after Taliban-US harmony talks crumbled not long ago.
The two principle up-and-comers are the officeholder, Ashraf Ghani, and CEO, Abdullah.
Surveys shut down at 17:00 (12:30 GMT). At any rate one individual has been murdered and 27 others injured in bomb and mortar assaults on democratic focuses.
Yet, in the southern city of Kandahar, ladies were seen remaining in lines to cast a ballot, regardless of a bomb assault on a surveying station.
Ladies voters make up 35% of the in excess of 9,000,000 Afghans enlisted to cast a ballot.
The Independent Election Commission of Afghanistan hopes to report the outcomes in three weeks.