Taliban multi-pronged attacks in Afghan capital Kabul which began on Sunday and over on Monday had claimed the lives of eight people and injured 46 others, head of Crime Investigation department of Kabul police said.

"In the counter offensive against terrorists in Kabul, eight security personnel were martyred and 46 others sustained injuries. Out of these five are civilians and the remaining are security personnel," Mohammad Zahir told newsmen at the site of gun battle in downtown Kabul.

However, he could not say the number of attackers who were killed during the operations, saying all the attackers have been killed and the total number will be made public after the investigation.

Taliban militants fighting Afghan and NATO-led forces launched the ever-biggest coordinated attacks in three parts of the capital city Kabul and Jalalabad city 120 km east of Kabul, Gerdez 100 km south and Logar 60 km south of capital Kabul on Sunday as part of spring offensive.