Kabul, Mar 6: India has temporarily put the Kabul medical mission put on hold as a precautionary measure after the Kabul attack.
According to media reports, two Indian embassy staffs are ready to come back home in the wake of looming terrorist threats in the country.
Earlier, on Friday, Mar 5, National Security Adviser (NSA) Shivshankar Menon met Afghan President Hamid Karzai and discussed the security concerns of 4,000 Indians working in humanitarian and reconstruction sector in Afghanistan.
Menon, who is on a two-day visit to Afghanistan, also met his Afghan counterpart Rangin Dadfar Spanta and asked about the developments on the Kabul attacks.
6 Indians were killed, including two army officers in the Kabul suicide attacks on Feb 26.
Jayant Prakash, Indian Ambassador in Kabul said that the militants went in every rooms and killed the victims
"Six Indians were killed in the Kabul attack. It looks like 26/11 Mumbai type attack. The attackers search each and every room and killed them," said Prakash said.