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Jaishankar, Iran’s foreign minister Javad Zarif discuss Afghanistan situation

Help us before it’s too late: Sikhs, Hindus

Sikhs and Hindus in Afghanistan has appealed for help to evacuate them from the war-torn state. Gurnam Singh, president of Gurdwara Kartae Parwan, Kabul, said, “For now, we living in Kabul and are safe but nobody knows for how long. We are scared to even move out.”

He said 4 of the 5 gurdwaras in Kabul were closed and Parkash of Sri Guru Granth Sahib was being done only at Gurdwara Kartae Parwan. The remaining Hindus and Sikhs of Afghanistan didn’t want to go to India as there was no financial security. “I lived in India for a few months, my daughter, 14, was infected with virus and died for want of oxy­gen, following which I retur­n­ed to Kabul,” he said, adding, the condition of other Afghani Hindus and Sikhs living in Delhi was not good.

Meanwhile, Manmeet Singh Bhullar Foundation, Khalsa Aid Canada and World Sikh Organisation (WSO) of Canada (WSO) have urged the government of Canada to create a special programme for…

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