DUSHANBE (Reuters) - Militants who carried out this week's suicide bomb attack on the Indian
embassy in the Afghan capital received their training at camps in Pakistan, Afghanistan's interior
minister said on Wednesday.
On Monday, a car bomb rammed into the Indian embassy's gates and killed dozens of people in the
deadliest attack in Kabul since U.S.-led and Afghan forces overthrew the Taliban in 2001.
"Unfortunately dozens of people who died or were injured during the explosion were civilians,"
Zarar Ahmad Moqbel said on a visit to neighbouring Tajikistan.
"Some nations are keen to derail the process of stabilisation in Afghanistan. The training
centre for the terrorists who carried out the latest act of violence in Kabul at the Indian embassy
is in Pakistan," he said.
Moqbel did not elaborate. Pakistan strongly condemned Monday's attack and denied any
Afghanistan has said the attack bore the hallmarks of a foreign intelligence agency.
The explosion killed two Indian diplomats and two Indian guards. Most of the other victims were
people waiting in line for visas or shoppers at a nearby market.
Afghanistan has accused Pakistani agents of being behind the April assassination attempt against
President Hamid Karzai, a mass jail break in Kandahar last month and other attacks.
Karzai has threatened to send troops across the border to attack militants there if Pakistan did
not take action.
(Reporting by Roman Kozhevnikov; Writing by Maria Golovnina; Editing by Mariam Karouny)