Targeted Killing of 2 Sikh Men in Afghanistan

2 Sikh men have died in a blast in the capital of Afghanistan Kabul on Saturday killing a total of 3 people and wounding four other people.

The first targeted killing occurred at a store which collapsed and two Sikh men died after an explosion.

No group has taken responsibility for the blast but Sikhs have been targets of extremists in the country for years.

Tensions among the Sikh community left in Afghanistan remain high. The Sikh and Hindu community has went from over 250,000 to less than 700 in the last few years.

Last March, a Gurdwara was attacked where 25 people were killed and eight were injured.

Users took to Twitter to express their views: