Since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan, the minority community is forced to live under the shadow of fear. Many Hindus and Sikhs have had to take refuge in the Gurdwara to escape the armed Taliban security forces. At the same time, a large number of minorities have migrated from there. Meanwhile, a video from Afghanistan has surfaced on social media, in which members of the Hindu community sang the hymn of ‘Hare Rama-Hare Krishna’ at a temple in Kabul during Navratri.
This video has gone viral on social media. It is being told that these people have demanded from the Government of India that they are very upset due to the increasing economic and social troubles. Get them out of there as soon as possible.
Journalist Ravinder Singh Robin Has tweeted a video of Hindus singing ‘Hare-Rama, Hare-Krishna’ from its Twitter account. This video is being told of Asmai Temple in Kabul.
The members of Hindu community in Afghanistan last night celebrated the ongoing Navratri festival at the ancient Asamai Mandir in #Acceptance .
They appealed Govt of India for their early evacuation due to acute economic and social hardships being faced by them.
V @PSCINDIAN pic.twitter.com/VyDnHO3zWT
– Ravinder Singh Robin Ravinder Singh Ravinder Singh Robin (s rsrobin1) October 12, 2021
He wrote along with the video, “On Monday (October 11, 2021) night Hindu community celebrated the festival of Navratri at the ancient Asmai temple in Kabul.”
It is known that on October 5, the Taliban attacked the ‘Karta Parwan Gurdwara’ located in Kabul, Afghanistan. According to reports, the armed Taliban took many people, including the guards, captive here. They also broke the CCTV cameras installed in the premises. After that they left from there.
Significantly, since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan, the local residents are forced to live in the shadow of fear. According to reports, more than 220 Afghan women judges are still hiding in intelligence places for fear of punishment from the Taliban. Her only fault is that she fought for the rights of women. She has been the protector of those who were marginalized in the country and wanted justice.