Kabul attack: Injured Sikhs can be treated in India
In Dharamshala Gurdwara in Kabul, Afghanistan, a friend country of India, the treatment of seriously injured Sikhs is being considered in India. Although the condition of some of the injured is critical and the doctors have refused to take them anywhere, but if the situation improves, if there is a need, India can bring them here for treatment. As such, the Ministry of External Affairs is preparing to bring the body of the body of Indian killed in this attack to New Delhi.
Foreign Minister S Jaishankar gave this information by tweeting on Thursday morning about this matter. In which he is ahead that the opinion of doctors is not yet that the injured should be taken somewhere. The situation in Kabul is trying to bring the dead body of the Indian Embassy Mr. Tiyan Singh.
25 Sikhs have died in the attack on the gurdwara in Kabul on Wednesday. One of them is an Indian citizen while the rest is a citizen of Afghanistan. This is the second largest attack on minority Sikhs in the last two years. In July 2018, Sikhs were attacked in a market in Kabul, in which 10 people were killed. Sources in the Ministry of External Affairs said that the Indian Embassy is in constant contact with the families injured and deceased in the attack. Efforts are being made to provide whatever possible help they can with the government of Afghanistan. Afghanistan's NSA Hamdullah Mohib has arrived on Thursday morning to meet the families of the victims. The option of treating the injured by bringing them to New Delhi is also open. But we will take such a step only after medical consultation.