Kabul. Terrorist organization Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for the attack on a Sikh gurdwara in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul on Saturday. At least two people were killed and seven were injured in the attack. Khaleej Times gave this information on Sunday. The organization claimed responsibility for the attack on its Telegram channel, in which it said the attack was a response to derogatory remarks made on the Prophet Muhammad. BJP leader Nupur Sharma said this on a national television channel, which has been condemned by many Muslim-majority countries. It is noteworthy that a vehicle equipped with explosives exploded outside the gurdwara on Saturday morning. During this a security personnel died. During this, the security personnel continued their efforts for nearly three hours to prevent the terrorists from entering the gurdwara. The organization said that the gurdwara was to be targeted with four grenades and a bomb placed in a car.
Since the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan in August, he has said he has made substantial improvements to Afghanistan’s security system to protect the country from terrorist attacks. However, analysts say that the risk of terrorist attacks here still remains.