The government of India reacted strongly to the abduction of Afghan Sikh Nedan Singh who was abducted from Paktia’s Tsamkani district.
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava said Singh was a “leader of the Hindu and Sikh community of Afghanistan” and the attack on minorities was concerning.
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“The targeting and persecution of minority community members by terrorists at the behest of their external supporters is a matter of grave concern.”
Srivastava said India was in touch with the Afghan government for ensuring the safety, security and well-being of the minority community in Afghanistan.
“We hope that the government of Afghanistan would be able to secure safe and early release of Mr Nedan Singh.
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A Sikh member of the Afghan parliament, Narinder Singh, had assured the community that he is helping to find the abducted man.