National Conference Thursday condemned the attack on a Gurdwara in Kabul in which many worshipers were killed. The party described the attack as “ghastly, barbaric and inhuman.”
In a statement, the party leaders expressed sympathies with the bereaved families and prayed for peace to departed souls.
The statement said terrorism was a grave challenge to civilized world and called for a united fight against it.
The party leaders expressed solidarity with Sikh Sangat in general and families of those who lost their dear ones in the carnage in particular, saying no words can compensate the loss to humanity.
“There are no words to condemn this dastardly act, which ironically comes at a time when the entire humanity across the globe is grappling with coronavirus,” the statement said. The party leaders also urged people to stay home to prevent speared of the coronavirus.
Besides Provincial President, Devender Singh Rana, the signatories to the statement included Ajay Sadhotra, Surjeet Singh Slathia, Rattan Lal Gupta, Mushtaq Ahmed Bukhari and others.