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Blast near a Gurudwara in Kabul, Afghanistan, Foreign Ministry said – “Keeping an eye on the situation”

The explosion took place on a busy road near a Sikh-Hindu temple.


Two explosions took place on Saturday in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. Xinhua News quoted eyewitnesses as saying that the explosion occurred on a busy road near a Sikh-Hindu temple in the police district of Kabul on Saturday. In this regard, Tolo News tweeted, “Blasts were heard in Karate Parwan area of ​​Kabul city. The nature of the incident and casualties are not yet known. Security forces have reached the area to investigate the matter.”


Here, the Ministry of External Affairs of India reacted to the whole incident. It has been said from the ministry that the whole situation is being monitored. “We are deeply concerned by reports of an attack on a holy gurudwara in the said city from Kabul. We are monitoring the situation closely and await further information on further developments,” the spokesman said.

Let us inform that earlier on June 11, many people were injured in the explosion in Kabul. Tolo News said in a tweet that the blast took place at Batkhak Square in Kabul’s 10th district. The Kabul Security Department said that earlier on Monday, an explosive was detonated on a bicycle in Police District-4 of Kabul.

Earlier, on May 25, three explosions took place in the capital of Balkh province, in which at least nine people were killed and 15 others were injured. Meanwhile, on the same day at least two worshipers were killed in an explosion at the Sharif Hazrat Zakaria Mosque in Kabul city.

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