New details emerged regarding the Indian man who attacked a Sikh temple in Kabul city on Wednesday, killing at least 25 people and wounding 8 others.

Officials from Intelligence Bureau confirmed that the real name of the Indian National who attacked the Sikh temple in Kabul city was Mohammad Muhsin.

Originally hailing from Kerala of India, Muhsin left for Afghanistan in 2018 to join the offshoot of the Islamic State terror group or the ISIS Khurasan.

Muhsin’s mother confirmed that she received a message that her son was killed during the attack on Sikh temple in Kabul city, according to One India.

The ISIS Khurasan had earlier issued a statement, claiming that the attack on Sikh temple in Kabul was carried out by Abu Khalild al-Hindi.

The Amaq News Agency, affiliated with the terror group also released the photo of the suicide bomber who stormed the Sikh temple in Kabul city on Wednesday.

The terror group also issued a brief statement claiming that the Sikh minority group was the target of the attack.

The Ministry of Interior of Afghanistan confirmed that the attack on Sikh temple in Kabul city left at least 25 people dead and 8 others wounded.


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