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PM flays killing of Sikhs, Hindus; Afghan calls Pak a terror source

DNMUM417427 | 7/3/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :213 | International



Even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday described the terror strike in Afghanistan as an attack on the country’s multicultural fabric, the Afghanistan ambassador Shaida Mohammad Abdali suspected elements across the border, in Pakistan, behind the incident. He asked the world community not to keep quiet on the role of the country that is sponsoring terror.
The blast in Jalalabad marks one of the deadliest attacks on the Sikh and Hindu community in Afghanistan during decades of war and violence. Among the dead were 17 Sikhs and Hindus, Afghan officials said, including Avtar Singh, the only Sikh candidate running in the October 20 legislative elections, and Rawail Singh, a prominent social activist. The terrorist group Islamic Sta
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