Kabul dispatches rescue mission for Pakistan chopper abducted by Taliban

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Banned TTP Hakimullah Mehsud Group asserted that they have in their authority every one of the prisoners of the Pakistani Punjab Government’s helicopter that accident arrived in Afghanistan a week ago.

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Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry says the Afghan government is propelling a mission to free the team of a Pakistani helicopter that slammed inside Afghanistan while traveling to Russia prior this month. The service’s representative Nafees Zakaria said Thursday that six Pakistanis and a Russian guide were on board when the copper went down on August 4. He said Kabul has educated Pakistan that the group was alive and endeavors are being made to protect them through neighborhood tribal older folks.

Zakaria did not say who caught the group, but rather an Afghan senator has said the team was confined by the Taliban in the territory outside the administration’s control. As indicated by a Pakistani Taliban pioneer, the team was being held by a Pakistani Taliban officer in Afghanistan’s Logar territory.

Banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Hakimullah Mehsud Group has guaranteed that they have in their authority every one of the prisoners of the Pakistani Punjab Government’s helicopter that accident arrived in Afghanistan last week.According to a media articulation, Taliban asserted that it will soon discharge a video of the prisoners, reports the Nation. In any case, as indicated by prior reports, the TTP denied having taken any prisoners while the Afghan Taliban guaranteed having them.

There has been no official affirmation about these reports be that as it may, Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif , has reached the Afghan Government and head of American Forces in Afghanistan General Nicholson for safe recuperation of the prisoners.

Apparently, informal endeavors are likewise in progress as Ulema and pastors having delicate corner for the Taliban were reached to utilize their impact for the recuperation of the prisoners.

As indicated by media reports, a Punjab Government Mi-17 helicopter crash arrived in Afghanistan’s Logar region on Thursday a week ago and the radicals kidnapped the group before setting the helicopter ablaze. The chopper had seven individuals installed at the season of the occurrence including, six individuals from the Punjab government and a Russian designer. Every one of the seven survived the acciden

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