Afghan faculty show up at the site of an assault in Kabul, Afghanistan, Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Shooters raged a strict social event of Afghanistan's minority Sikhs in their place of love in the core of the Afghan capital's old city on Wednesday, a minority Sikh parliamentarian said. (AP Photo)
The Indian Embassy in Kabul is in contact with relatives of the casualties of the devious dread assault at a gurudwara in the Afghan capital, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Thursday.
Twenty-five individuals were killed after shooters raged the gurdwara in Kabul and started shooting at the individuals inside on Wednesday.
One of the perished was Tian Singh, a 71-year old Delhi inhabitant.
The Islamic State fear monger bunch has asserted obligation regarding the assault which came a long time after a memorable arrangement between the US and the Taliban to carry enduring harmony to Afghanistan.
"Reasonable pain and outrage at the fearful psychological militant assault on Gurudwara in #Kabul. Our Embassy @IndianEmbKabul is in consistent touch with the groups of those murdered and harmed," Jaishankar tweeted.
The outside issues serve said endeavors were on to bring back human survives from Singh from Kabul.
"Clinical assessment against moving harmed at this stage. International safe haven @IndianEmbKabul is chipping away at the arrival of mortal survives from Shri Tian Singh. Will keep you refreshed," he said.
India on Wednesday unequivocally denounced the dread assault, saying focusing of a strict spot amidst COVID-19 pandemic mirrored the "malevolent attitude" of the culprits and their supporters.
"Such apprehensive assaults on the spots of strict love of the minority network, particularly during this season of COVID-19 pandemic, is intelligent of the fiendish mentality of the culprits and their benefactors," the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said.
The MEA said India remains in solidarity with the individuals, the legislature and the security powers of Afghanistan in their endeavors for carrying harmony and security to the nation.