According to Afghanistan Balkh Police chief, Sayed Kamal Sadat the Pakistani military officers were behind the Indian consulate attack in Mazar-e-Sharif. They were educated, well prepared and had intelligence. Sayed Kamal Sadat, police chief of Afghanistan's northern Balkh province, said the attackers, "officers from across the border, were well-trained military men who fought Afghan security forces in the 25-hour siege".
There are strong indications that Pakistani officers were involved in the attack on the Indian Consulate in Mazar-e-Sharif in Afghanistan. If this is true, then it will definitely changes the equation vis-à-vis India attending the next foreign secretary-level meeting scheduled on 15th January, 2016.
One policeman was killed and nine others, including three civilians, were injured in the attack. However, as this news goes online, an explosion and firing has been reported near the Indian mission in Jalalabad in Afghanistan. The attack took place 200 meters from the Indian consulate. Three Afghan Police staff is reportedly expected killed in the attack. The firing is still on, with the Afghan forces still trying to sanitize the area.