Sources said there was no adequate staff to run the mission as one of them was killed and some others of the 11-member team were injured in the February 26 attack.
The Indian medical mission of six doctors and five paramedics was functioning from the
Seven Indians, including three Major-rank officers of the Army, were among 18 people killed in the attack that targeted guest houses.
Indian National Security Adviser Shiv Shankar Menon, who arrived here on Friday to discuss security aspects following attacks met President Hamid Karzai and discussed the situation.
Mr. Karzai said his government would take all steps to protect the lives of people engaged in the humanitarian and reconstruction work. Diplomatic sources said both sides also discussed bilateral issues.
Mr. Menon, who also met his counterpart Dadfar Rangin Spanta, reiterated
The Afghan side informed Mr. Menon that investigation into the February 26 attack was likely to be concluded soon.