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India condemns terror attack in Afghanistan mosque: Ministry of External Affairs

India condemns terror assault in Afghanistan mosque: Ministry of Exterior Affairs | Information

New Delhi: Strongly condemning the terrorist assault on an Afghanistan mosque, India has proven solidarity with the troubled nation. The assault on a Shia Mosque in Kunduz, Afghanistan noticed greater than 100 folks shedding lives and a number of other others being injured. The Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) condemned the assault in a press launch on Monday (October 11).
“We prolong our condolences and sympathies to the households of the victims throughout their tough time,” the discharge added. “India stands dedicated within the battle towards the scourge of terrorism and reiterates the significance of combating terrorism in Afghanistan. We stand with the folks of Afghanistan and hope that perpetrators of this assault could be recognized and delivered to justice expeditiously,” the discharge learn.
On Friday, the lethal blast ripped via Sayed Abad Mosque in northern Afghanistan’s Kunduz as native residents attended the mosque for Friday prayer. Greater than 100 folks have been killed within the assault whereas a number of have been injured. Islamic State Khorasan, also referred to as ISIS-Okay had claimed duty for the lethal assault on the Shia mosque. It was the group`s deadliest strike because the suicide bombing on the worldwide airport in Kabul on August 26 that killed about 170 civilians and 13 US troops, in response to The New York Instances.
Earlier, the European Union has mentioned that continued terrorist assaults in Afghanistan are a severe impediment to a secure and peaceable nation, the place all Afghan residents can really feel secure and safe. “Continued terrorist assaults are a severe impediment to a secure and peaceable Afghanistan, the place all Afghan residents can really feel secure and safe. The European Union stays dedicated to peace and stability in Afghanistan and to supporting its folks,” mentioned Peter Stano, spokesperson of European Union Exterior Motion Service (EEAS). 
Condemning the latest assault on a Shia mosque in Afghanistan’s Kunduz province, the UN Safety Council (UNSC) had underlined the necessity to maintain perpetrators, organisers, and sponsors of terrorism to justice.
(With ANI inputs)
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