Kabul: Attack on Sikh gurdwara in Afghan’s capital Kabul kills 11.
According to Afghan media, suicide bombers attacked a gurdwara in Shor Bazaar, Kabul, killing at least 11 people.
The Afghan Ministry of Interior said that the attack was carried out at around 8 am local time and a large force of troops reached the area upon receiving information.
The Afghan Interior Ministry initially reported three suicide bombers involved in the attack, one of whom was killed by forces.
Local security officials confirmed the attack killed 4 people and injured 7.
According to Afghan media, no group has claimed responsibility for the attack immediately.
It should be noted that a peace agreement between the United States and the Afghan Taliban was signed in Doha on February 29, under which the withdrawal of US and NATO forces from Afghanistan would take place over the next 14 months, in response to which the Taliban have to guarantee that the Taliban will not carry attacks on the US forces and in Afghanistan.