New Delhi: A rocket collapsed in the Indian Embassy camp in Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital, but all employees in the mission are safe. Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said that there was no fire in the incident and there was no news of casualties.
A rocket landed in the premises of our Embassy in Kabul a while ago causing minor damage to a structure at rear side of the Embassy compound. No fire or casualties. Our Charge d' Affaires informs that all Embassy employees are safe.
— Raveesh Kumar (@MEAIndia) January 15, 2018
MEA spokesman Ravish Kumar tweeted late on Monday evening, “A rocket has been dropped in our Embassy campus sometime back in Kabul. This has partially damaged the building in the back of the premises. ‘ The spokesperson has said that our diplomat has reported that all our people in the embassy are absolutely safe.
After this, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj also tweeted the incident. They told that a rocket was dropped in our office premises in Kabul. This damaged the top floor of the three-storey ITBP barrack. No one is injured. All Indians and staff are safe.
Kabul – A rocket has landed in our Chancery compound in Kabul. The rocket has clipped the top of the three storied ITBP barracks. There are no casualties. All Indians and staff are safe.
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) January 15, 2018
It is not yet known how it came to the rocket campus. It was an attack, not even got information about it.