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Gurdwara under attack in Kabul, casualties feared | India News

AMBALA: Terrorists have attacked Gurdwara Karta-E-Parwan near Kabul on Saturday morning, as some armed assailants entered the Sikh place of worship & launched an attack, says local sources.
Gurnam Singh, President of Gurdwara Karta-E-Parwan told, “The Gurdwara is under attack & armed men entered the premises and lauched an attack. We are suspecting that Sangat living there has been killed. We are yet unaware about number of people killed as the armed men are inside Gurdwara & Sangat has not been able to go nearby.”
Some visuals of the incident also came to light, in which, smoke can be seen erupting out of the Gurdwara premises and Sikhs in panic.
Indian World Forum President Puneet Singh Chandhok tweeted, “Alarming news from #Kabul armed militants likely from #ISIS as per Gurnam Singh the president of Gurdwara, have entered Karte Parwan Gurudwara. He is weeping & many of those residing in Gurdwara have been killed as per him .Requesting @narendramodi ji & @MEAIndia for SOS assistance”

“On 27th May 2022 I had forwarded the plea of #Afghan minorities to @MEAIndia & @HMOIndia for processing of pending e-visa since last one year for 150 #Hindus & #Sikhs still in #Kabul.At multiple occasions raised concerns and still the e-visa is awaited. I pray that all survive.”, further tweeted Puneet.

Speaking on this Delhi based BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa said, “Terrorists attacked Gurdwara Sahib in Kabul, Afghanistan. It is yet to be ascertained that how many people entered Gurdwara. But apart from musafirs, there were 10 people inside Gurdwara. Granthi of Gurdwara had enshrined Guru Granth Sahib when this attack took place. Bomb blasts took place there and firing is still ongoing. I am in constant touch of Gurdwara President and other people and the Gurdwara is under possession of terrorists. We are praying for everyone’s safety and that Gurdwara comes to out possession again.”

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