Reports of a massive bomb blast are coming just a day after the completion of 100 days of Taliban rule in Afghanistan. The blast took place on Thursday at Gurdwara Road Karta Parwan in the country’s capital, Kabul. There are still 235 Hindus and Sikhs left, especially in the Central Asian country. However, there is no news of any casualty in this incident so far.
Akali Dal spokesperson Manjinder Singh Sirsa has shared a video related to the incident on his Twitter account. The video shows an ambulance rushing to the scene. In his tweet, Sirsa wrote that he was informed by the Sangat in Kabul that he was safe. However, he insisted that the situation in Afghanistan is getting worse day by day.
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Gurdwara Dashmesh father was targeted
Earlier on October 16, armed Islamist radicals from a ‘special unit’ barged into Gurdwara Dashmesh Pita in Kabul, Afghanistan. According to ANI, in a statement issued later, Indian World Forum President Puneet Singh Chandok said that armed men from Afghanistan’s special unit entered the gurdwara and threatened the community in the gurdwara and misused the sanctity of the holy place.
These people, armed with heavy weapons, did not forcibly enter Gurdwara Dashmesh Pita, they also threatened the guards and worshipers. These radicals raided the premises and warned of dire consequences. They are raiding not only the Gurudwara but also the entire premises of the community school attached to it. He was initially prevented from entering by the security guards of the gurdwara but he was also assaulted.
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