11 Afghan Sikhs Kidnapped From Gurdwara In June Reach Delhi | Read

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  • Published On: July 26, 2020
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Eleven members of Sikh community from Afghanistan, who were granted short-term visas by Indian Embassy in Kabul, including Nidan Singh Sachdeva, who was kidnapped from a gurdwara in Paktia province last month, touched down in New Delhi on Sunday morning.

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