Indian chef among 3 killed in Kabul
An Indian working for an international food services company in Afghanistan was among three foreign nationals killed by unidentified gunmen after...
Kabul: An Indian working for an international food services company in Afghanistan was among three foreign nationals killed by unidentified gunmen after being abducted from Kabul, the latest incident targeting foreigners in the war-torn country.
The three men one Indian, a Malaysian and a Macedonian who were working as chefs for the French food services and facilities management giant Sodexo, were shot in the head, the TOLOnews reported. The food services company, which manages canteens and facilities for offices, military, schools, hospitals and prisons, has not yet commented.
The Indian national was 39, the Macedonian was 37 and the Malaysian national was 64. The victims were abducted on Thursday morning by four gunmen from the industrial park area of 9th Police District in Kabul city while they were on way to work in their official car.
Their bodies were later found in Mussahi, a volatile remote and mountainous area of the Afghan capital, the report said. India has strongly condemned the killing of the Indian national along with two other foreign nationals.