Taliban Assures Afghan Sikhs, Hindus ‘Peace and Safety’; India To Vacate Staff From Kabul


Amidst the chaotic and dicey situation in Afghanistan ever since the Taliban took over control of the Nation Taliban had assured Afghan Sikhs, Hindus ‘Peace and safety’ as per the reports. Delegations of Taliban met leaders of the Sikh and Hindu communities in the Afghanistan capital and asked them not to be scared of them or doesn’t need to flee from the country.

According to the sources, Gurnam Singh, president, Gurdwara Dashmesh Pita Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji Singh Sabha Karte Parwan said, “ a meeting was held today which was attended by representatives of the Taliban and members of Sikh community. Taliban leaders have assured our safety and peace. They said we need not flee our country and can continue to live here peacefully. They have promised that we can practice our faith and there will be no interference with our religious practices. They have also given a number on which we can contact if there is any issue.”

on Tuesday India said that it has decided to vacate its embassy staff in Kabul. MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said in a statement, “In view of the prevailing circumstances, it has been decided that our Ambassador in Kabul and his Indian staff will move to India immediately.”