/Afghanistan government initiates dialogue over kidnapped seven Indian nationals

Afghanistan government initiates dialogue over kidnapped seven Indian nationals

According to sources, the Baghlan governor has already begun talks with the Taliban officers relating to the discharge of the Indian nationals.
The Afghan government on Monday has begun talks with the Taliban for the discharge of seven Indian nationals, UN agency were kidnapped from the northern Baghlan province by the fear outfit on Sunday.

According to sources, the Baghlan governor has already begun talks with the Taliban officers relating to the discharge of the Indian nationals. Meanwhile, the Afghan National Police is attempting to find and facilitate their unharness. However, the stress of the Taliban area unit still unknown.

The seven Indian nationals, operating for Maharashtra-based company KEC were kidnapped on Sabbatum from the Bagh-e-Shamal space of the Baghlan province on Sabbatum by a bunch of Taliban gunmen UN agency apparently mistook them for presidency staff.
Meanwhile, officers from the Ministry of the External Affairs (MEA), said, “We area unit alert to the kidnapping of the Indian nationals from Baghlan province in Asian nation. we tend to area unit in-tuned with the Afghan authorities and more details area unit being ascertained”.

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