The four Afghan soldiers who attacked Mazar-i-Sharif were killed when an improvised explosive device blasted a military vehicle in Kunar province, police said on Wednesday. 
The four terrorists left behind graffiti in their own blood saying their aim was intended to avenge Afzal Guru’ death.
The photographs taken from where the terrorists were firing on the consulate show the slogans written in Urdu scribbled all over the wall of the consulate. 
The slogans were basically hate messages which show why, the attack was made. One note said ‘Afzal Guru avenged,’ and the other note said, ‘1 martyr, 1000 fidayeen.’  
Manish Tewari of the  Congress indicated towards Pakistan’s involvement in the attacks saying, “Pakistan Army and ISI are deeply complicit in this. It is no co-incidence that there are coordinated attacks on Mahar-i-Sharif and and Pathankot. Government should understand the type of animal they are dealing with.” 
The Mazar-i-Sharif in Afghanistan, an area near the Indian consulate was attacked on Sunday, just after a day when the Air base in Pathankot, Punjab was attacked by Pakistani terrorists who entered India through the Nallah gap.
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar also said that a few security lapses lead to this attack. 

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