Massive bomb blast near Gurdwara in Kabul

New Delhi: A massive bomb blast has taken place near a gurdwara in Kabul, the capital of Taliban-administered Afghanistan. A large number of people were reported to have lost their lives in the blast. However, it is yet to be ascertained how many people have been killed in the incident and no one has confirmed it so far. No terrorist outfit has taken responsibility for the blast till the time of reporting. Afghan news agency Tolo News quoted Kabul security department spokesman General Mobin as confirming the bomb blast.



Releasing a video on Twitter, Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee Chairman Manjinder Singh Sirsa said, "There is a Karte-Parwan Gurdwara within Kabul, Afghanistan, there is a huge bomb blast in its square. The company there informed me about it. There was a big explosion, which broke the glass. A large number of people have been reported injured and casualties. The video shows ambulances heading towards the spot.

Informing the Hindu-Sikh community that it is safe, Sirsa further said in the video, "There is a lot of panic inside the Gurdwara. All the doors of the gurdwara have been closed and no one is being allowed in. There are still 235 Hindu-Sikhs in Afghanistan whose visas are yet to be granted. I request the Government of India to grant visas to these people just as 835 people were evacuated earlier so that they can get out of there safely. So far, our people are absolutely safe. However, there has been a huge loss.”

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