Blasts and gunfire killed at least 6 outside Indian consulate in Afghanistan’s Jalalabad

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According to the report, the Wednesday explosions also targeted the area with several other foreign missions.

Blasts and gunfire killed at least 6 outside Indian consulate in Afghanistan's Jalalabad

Today, it is reported that bomb blasts and gunfire near the Indian consulate in the eastern Afghanistan city of Jalalabad killed six people, including a police officer and four gunmen.

According to the report, the Wednesday explosions are targeted in an area with several other foreign missions.

“A bomber blew him up at the entrance to the consulate and then other explosions and gunfire began,” a local reporter said.

No group or individual has claimed responsibility for the attacks yet.

The Indian consulate in the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif also came under attack in January.

ISIS claimed responsibility in a bomb attack on the Pakistani consulate in Jalalabad that killed several security forces as well in the same month.

Blasts and gunfire killed at least 6 outside Indian consulate in Afghanistan's Jalalabad

Since the US and its allies attacked the country to tackle terrorism 14 year back, Afghanistan has become one of the unsecured places to live on the world. Now the country has been observing an increase of ISIS terrorists.

However, the Middle East terrorists groups have been recruiting militants in Afghanistan over the past months to reclaim dominance in the country.

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  • Tom

    This is PAKI thuggery against India inside Afghanistan