Fidayeen attack on gurudwara in Kabul: In Kabul, Afghanistan's capital, militants targeted a gurdwara on Wednesday. The fidayeen attack took place at 7.30 am when hundreds of people from the Sikh community gathered here to pray. 27 devotees died in the blast. After this, the security forces retaliated by sieging the gurdwara and killed four terrorists. More than 8 injured have been admitted to the hospital. More than 40 devotees are stranded. The Islamic State (IS) claimed responsibility for the attack. Explain that about 300 Sikh families are living in Afghanistan. Their number is more in Kabul and Jalalabad. There are also gurudwaras in these two cities.
Fidayeen attack on gurudwara in Kabul, the number of dead devotees killed 27
India has condemned this attack. "Such cowardice attacks on religious places of minority communities in times of Coronavirus epidemic shows the satanic mentality of criminals and their masters," the Foreign Ministry said.
Kanoonvid Narinder Singh Khalsa said that he got a call from the gurdwara. The caller said that more than 150 people are present in the gurdwara. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid tweeted - the organization has nothing to do with this attack. We did not attack.
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