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Another bomb blast at Gurdwara in Kabul exposes RAW’s anti-Sikh agenda

Kabul, July 27 (KMS): Reports emanating from Afghanistan say that terrorists have carried out a bomb blast on a Gurdwara, the Sikh religious place, in Kabul.

The blast was reportedly took place at the main gate of Gurudwara Karte Parwan, Kabul, Afghanistan.

The blast comes a month after the so-called Islamic State of Kharasn Province, which has deep-rooted looks with RAW, attacked Karte Parwan Gurwara. It claimed lives of dozens of Sikhs and Taliban members.

The Gurudwara was attacked, earlier this year, killing two Afghans including one Sikh.

The repeated targeting of tiny Sikh minority by terrorists in Afghanistan has forced analysts to find a link between the rising attacks on Gurdwaras in Afghanistan and elsewhere in the world and the recently-held Referendum for Khalistan in some European countries.

The analysts believe that the overwhelming participation of Sikh community in the referendum for a separate homeland, based on some states presently under control of India, has unnerved the Modi regime.


In order to prevent the creation of a Sikh state on the Indian soil, New Delhi has activated its terrorist cells supervised by RAW to target Sikhs around the world to inculcate a sense of insecurity among the community members. They think the fresh blast at the Gurdwara in Kabul is linked to the India’s fear psychosis, originating from power struggle by Sikh community for a separate homeland in the name of Khalistan on the Indian soil.

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