Taliban attacked ‘Karta Parwan Gurdwara’ in Kabul, many people were taken prisoner


The real face of the Taliban who have captured Afghanistan is constantly coming to the fore. According to the latest developments, armed Taliban men attacked Karta Parwan Gurdwara in Kabul. Many people have been imprisoned here. The Karta Parwan Gurdwara in Kabul is the same place where Guru Nanak Dev Ji of the Sikhs visited.

Indian World Forum President Puneet Singh Chandok told ANI, “Once again all the claims of Taliban are exposed in Kabul. A group of unidentified heavily armed Taliban officers barged into the Gurudwara in Kabul and detained many people I have taken.”

Chandok said, armed men have taken into custody the community present in the gurdwara. Locals alleged that Taliban officials also vandalized the CCTV cameras of the gurdwara. Apart from this, the gurudwara has also been vandalized. The local Gurdwara management also reached the spot after receiving the news of the attack.


The Karta Parwan Gurdwara is located in northwestern Kabul, Afghanistan. Earlier, the Taliban removed the Nishan Sahib – the Sikh holy flag – from the roof of the gurdwara in the eastern province of Afghanistan. This is the same Gurdwara where once visited by Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the Guru of the Sikhs.

After the Taliban’s occupation of Afghanistan, reports of atrocities and brutality on minorities are continuously coming to the fore. The Taliban is killing minorities on the basis of their religious and ethnic identity.



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