India condemns terror attack in Kabul, Swamy calls for Indian intervention

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India strongly condemned the suicide terror attack in Kabul calling it ‘cowardly’. The attack happened on 28 December at the media news agency and the cultural centre based in Kabul and resulted in the loss of more than 40 innocent lives and many injured .

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A note from Ministry of External Affairs said:

Our heartfelt condolences are with the families of the victims of this dastardly attack and we wish early recovery to the injured.

Indian remains steadfast in its solidarity with the Government and the people of Afghanistan at this difficult time. India is committed to extend all possible support in their fight against the menace of terrorism and efforts to bring peace, stability and security in the country.

India’s anger can also be gauged from the latest statement by ruling Party BJP’s leader Subramanian Swamy saying that India must dispatch 2 Divisions of the Indian Army and 3 Squadrons of Airforce to that country and save it. He told the government to ask US to give weapons free as Islamic State is playing havoc in Afghanistan.

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