India on Saturday “strongly” condemned a terror attack in Afghanistan’s Kabul that claimed atleast 95 lives and wounded more than 150, and demanded that the perpetrators of the attack “be brought to justice.”
“India strongly condemns the barbaric and dastardly terrorist attacks in Kabul today that targeted innocent civilians and the wounded under treatment,” the ministry of external affairs (MEA) said in a statement.
The MEA added there was “no justification” for such attacks, and maintained that India was ready to extend “all possible assistance” to Afghanistan.
“India stands ready to extend all possible assistance, including for treatment of those injured,” it said.
“India stands in solidarity with the Government and the people of Afghanistan at this difficult times of mindless violence and terror imposed on them,” it added.
A car-bomb hidden in an ambulance went off at a police checkpoint in an area near foreign embassies and government buildings in Kabul, officials said.