A similar incident occurred last April, a total of 150 students sick after drinking water in class.
VIVAnews - More than 120 students and three teachers in Afghanistan were taken to hospital after being exposed to toxic water spray. Blood samples of the victims have been sent to Kabul to find out the type of poison used.
CNN, Wednesday, May 23, 2012, reported the incident occurred at a girls' school in Talokhan Hajera Bibi, the capital of Takhar province. A total of 40 of the 122 students still hospitalized because it is still a headache, vomiting, headache, and not fully conscious.
"In general they are not up to the critical condition. We are currently trying to deal with them, but we do not know what will happen," said the head of the hospital, Habibullah Rostaqi. "What we understand so far is that more victims are traumatized."
According to Takhar police spokesman , Khalilullah Aseer, this event is an attempt to thwart democracy in Afghanistan from the enemies of the government. "The people of Afghanistan know that the terrorists and the Taliban do things like this to push the girls so they do not have an education," he said.
Cases of attacks on schoolgirls in Afghanistan have occurred several times over the last few years. Last April, at least 150 girls in Afghanistan in a critical condition after drinking water alleged to have been poisoned.
At the 1996-2001 Taliban government, education for women is forbidden. Post-collapse of the Taliban, the militant group is still loudly voiced their opposition.