Pakistan chopper crew members released by Afghan Taliban


In context of Pakistani helicopter crash land, the crew members of Afghan have been released, officials said on Saturday.

On August 4, an MI-17 helicopter got crash land near Logar province while they were going to Russia for the maintenance. The rebels made the crew members as captives.

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“Local tribal elders were tasked to release the captives and after successful negotiation, the Taliban released the crew,” an official said.

“All crew members were handed over to Pakistani in Kurram tribal region,” an official added.

Some Private channels asserted that, “The crew was released and are already in Pakistan.”

There has been perplexity about careful quantities of the hostages, as at first Punjab government which possessed the chopper said that six Pakistanis and one Russian were ready, while authorities of the national government said there were just six team individuals.

Taliban did not formally affirm the catching or arrival of the group.

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