NEW DELHI: The Indian government said that it was in constant touch with its embassy in Kabul and its citizens living in that country were safe following Sunday's Taliban militants' attack
He also said that all Indians have been put on high alert. Although, no information of any harm to Indians have been reported so far.
"We are in constant touch with our embassy in Kabul. All Indian citizens are reported to be safe," said a statement issued by the external affairs ministry here, Press Trust of India (PTI) reported.
On Sunday, the militants attacked five-star Kabul Star Hotel in Wazir Akhbar Khan area of the capital and some tried to enter the Afghan parliament but were engaged by security forces and driven back, according to officials.
The hotel is located close to American embassy, ISAF's headquarters, Turkish embassy, presidential palace, Iranian embassy and different other diplomatic offices.
Blasts and gun shots were heard inside a luxury hotel in Kabul after militants stormed a building near the UN mission in Afghanistan.
Around 4,000 Indians are living in Afghanistan and are engaged in a host of socioeconomic reconstruction projects. India has pledged US$2 billion for reconstruction of Afghanistan.
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the serial explosions in Central Kabul, Jalalabad and Gardez.