Security forces on stand-by after an attack in Kabul. (Photo: dailyhunt.in)
KABUL: Four people were killed when an unidentified suicide bombers attacked a Sikh Gurudwara in Shorbazar area of Afghanistan’s capital Kabul today.
The gunmen and suicide bombers entered into the Gurudwara in the morning at Dharamshala, international media reports have said.
According to the country’s Interior Ministry, defense forces countered the attack by blocking off the area.
Several people who were trapped inside the building, reports suggest.
The attack happened when there were about 150 people inside the temple.
No one has taken responsibility for the attack so far. However, earlier this month, an Islamic State affiliate attacked a small gathering of Shia Muslims in Kabul, killing 32 people. (With inputs from Agencies)