TDN World Desk: On Wednesday morning gunmen launched brutal attack on a Gurudwara – a Sikh temple in Afghanistan which left at least 25 dead, 8 other wounded.

United Nations secretary-General antonio Guterrees condemned the attack of the Sikh community.

“The Secretary General condemns the attack today in Kabul o 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 injure,” Stephane dujarric, Spokesperson of Gutteras said in a statement, ANI quoted.

India strongly condemned the terror attack in the worshippng site. Prmie Mniser narendra Modi, formerr Union Minister Rajnath Singh extended condolences for the breaved families of those lost in the attack.


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Reacting over the barbaric attack S Jaishankar Said, “Minister of External Affairs Understandable grief and anger at the cowardly terrorist attack on Gurudwara in #Kabul. Our Embassy in Kabul is in continuous touch with the families of those killed and injured.”

From their official twitter handle Shaheen Bagh protesters expressed their griefs over the attack on the worshipping site of the Sikh communities.

“We strongly condemn the attack on the Gurudwara in Kabul. Our #Sikh brothers and sisters stood with us through the Anti-CAA-NRC-NPR movement (which still continues), and we extend our heartfelt solidarity and prayers to those affected,” stated the tweet posted by Shaheen Bagh officia.