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Series of explosions heard in Karte Parwan area of Kabul city in Afghanistan; 2 Dead

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Kabul: Even after the arrival of Taliban rule in Afghanistan, violent incidents are not taking the name of stopping. The latest case is of the capital Kabul, where three bombs exploded one after the other in the Parwan complex of Gurdwara. Two people including a security guard have died in the terrorist attack. The name of the jawan who lost his life in the attack is being told as Ahmed. Local media, quoting Taliban sources, said two attackers were surrounded by Taliban soldiers. It is not known how many people are trapped in Thursday, but it is believed that 7-8 people are still trapped inside.

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The attackers shot dead the guard of the Gurdwara. At the same time, three Taliban soldiers were also injured in the firing. The injured have been admitted to the hospital.

Here, the Ministry of External Affairs of India reacted to the whole incident. It has been said from the ministry that the whole situation is being monitored. “We are deeply concerned by reports of an attack on a holy gurudwara in the said city from Kabul. We are monitoring the situation closely and await further information on further developments,” the spokesman said.

Let us inform that earlier on June 11, many people were injured in the explosion in Kabul. Tolo News said in a tweet that the blast took place at Batkhak Square in Kabul’s 10th district. The Kabul Security Department said that earlier on Monday, an explosive was detonated on a bicycle in Police District-4 of Kabul.

Earlier, on May 25, three explosions took place in the capital of Balkh province, in which at least nine people were killed and 15 others were injured. Meanwhile, on the same day at least two worshipers were killed in an explosion at the Sharif Hazrat Zakaria Mosque in Kabul city.

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