Kabul Gurudwara Attack: In Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, news of gunmen firing on a gurdwara is coming to the fore. At least 25 people are feared to be injured in this incident. A newspaper has given this information by quoting Gurdwara President Gurnam Singh. Gurnam Singh has told that the gunmen suddenly stormed the gurdwara and then started firing indiscriminately. 

Some people are hiding on the other side of the building to save their lives. At the same time, at least 25 people are trapped inside the gurdwara. According to the latest information, the Muslim guard of the Gurdwara has died while two are admitted to the hospital.

Two explosions inside the premises As per reports, two explosions took place inside the premises and some shops adjacent to the Gurudwara caught fire. At least two attackers are believed to be inside the gurdwara complex and Taliban fighters are trying to nab them alive.

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Taliban fighters who arrived on the scene of the gunmen who attacked the Kabul gurdwara, probably belonged to the Taliban's rival Daesh group. Taliban fighters have reached the spot and fighting is on between them. The Gurdwara has been damaged and four Sikhs are missing. Punjab's Rajya Sabha MP Vikram Sahni gave this information.  

In October last, months after the Taliban came to power, unidentified gunmen stormed the Gurdwara Karte Parwan and ransacked the property. Since then, Afghan Sikhs have been appealing for India to be saved.

We are closely monitoring the situation: the Indian Ministry of External Affairs and the Indian Foreign Ministry said that we are very concerned about the attack on a holy Gurudwara in Kabul. We are closely monitoring the situation and await further information on further developments.

7-8 people still trapped inside the gurdwara: BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that according to the information, three people have left so far. Two of whom have been sent to the hospital. The guard of the Gurdwara has died. It is believed that 7-8 people are still trapped inside but the number has not been confirmed. Still firing continues.

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