Suicide attack targets Pakistan consulate near Indian mission in Afghanistan's Jalalabad: Six killed
Times Now reports that four Afghan policemen were killed.
The attack took place 200 meters from the Indian consulate, in an area where there are many foreign missions.
A suicide bomber blew himself up in which two were killed after being prevented from joining a queue of people seeking visas to Pakistan.
Firing is on between Afghan security forces and gunmen barricaded in a house near the Pakistan consulate.
India's foreign ministry said the Indian consulate was not the target. All Indians are reported to be safe.
The attack is the latest in a series of suicide attacks in Afghanistan.
On January 5, an explosion took place 400 metres away from the Indian Consulate in Jalalabad after explosives were placed in a garbage can.
The Indian consulate in Mazar-i-Sharif was attacked in a 25-hour gun and bomb siege from 3 to 4 January. Three armed assailants were killed after they mounted an attack on the diplomatic mission from a nearby building.
While a police spokesman said investigators were trying to determine the target, Indian officials claimed that the Indian mission was not the target.