UNITED NATIONS, INDIA condemn barbaric killings of at least 25 Sikhs in Kabul by Terrorists

INDIA has strongly condemned massacre 25 Sikhs in Kabul by suspected Islamic State terror group on Wednesday, March 25 and extended condolences to the immediate family members of the deceased and wished speedy recovery to the injured. The worshippers were killed and eight others injured when a heavily armed suicide bomber stormed his way into a prominent Gurudwara on Wednesday in Kabul. The Islamic State (IS) terror group, which has claimed responsibility for the attack on the Gurdwara in Shor Bazar area. United Nations Secretary-General condemns the attack… in Kabul on a Sikh-Hindu temple in which dozens of civilians were killed and injured. He expresses his deepest sympathies to the families of the victims and wishes a speedy recovery to those injured, Secretary General Guterres’ spokesman Stephane Dujarric said in a statement on Wednesday.in Delhi, the government  of India said “India stands ready to extend all possible assistance to the affected families of the Hindu and Sikh community of Afghanistan. “Such cowardly attacks on the places of religious worship of the minority community, especially at this time of COVID-19 pandemic, is reflective of the diabolical mindset of the perpetrators and their backers. “We commend the brave Afghan security forces for their valourous response to the attack and their exemplary courage and dedication to protect the Afghan people and secure the country. India stands in solidarity with the people, the government and the security forces of Afghanistan in their efforts for bringing peace and security to the Islamic State Khorasan (ISKP) has claimed responsibility for the terror attack on a Gurudwara in central Kabul in which at least 27 members of the Sikh community were killed. The Secretary-General condemns the attack… in Kabul on a Sikh-Hindu temple in which dozens of civilians were killed and injured. He expresses his deepest sympathies to the families of the victims and wishes a speedy recovery to those injured, Secretary General Guterres’ spokesman Stephane Dujarric said in a statement. The Secretary-General reiterates that attacks against civilians are unacceptable and those who carry out such crimes must be held accountable. “The United Nations stands in solidarity with the people and the Government of Afghanistan and will continue supporting efforts to bring peace to their country, the statement said. In a tweet, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) said it is “outraged” by the attack.” There can be no justification for the killing of civilians at a religious house. Our condolences to the victims and their families. “High Representative for the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) Miguel Angel Moratinos expressed his “dismay” at the terrorist attack at the Gurudwara, which killed 25 victims, including a child. The “despicable attack comes at a time when the world is facing a pandemic which adversely impacts all of us, requiring us to stand together as “One Humanity’, Moratinos said.(courtsey to AP)

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