Sushma Swaraj: Indians missing in Iraq are ‘fine’ but families confused


Relatives of 39 Indians "missing" in Iraq met serve for external affairs Sushma Swaraj on Thursday and returned simply like their past 10 visits — confounded and in despondency. "The pastor said her sources are as yet saying that the young men are fine and working at some place there," Krishna, mother of Parwinder Kumar from Jagatpura town in Nawanshahr, told on Friday.

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"She let us know that administration is taking assistance from different nations in finding and getting the young discharged." The 39 men have been absent since the most recent two years in Iraq. While it is suspected that they were stole by the psychological militant gathering Islamic State (IS), Harjit Masih, who asserted to have gotten away from the gathering's grip had said they were murdered.

Till date, the administration has not possessed the capacity to deliver a solitary confirmation of-life, removing an enormous enthusiastic cost on the groups of the "missing". Surinder Kaur (60), mother of Gurdeep Singh of Jaitpur town in Hoshiarpur, who additionally came to from Delhi on Friday evening has been forlorn since the meeting.

"I call Parminder's cell phone day by day yet nobody grabs," said Krishna, mother of Parminder Kumar of Jagatpur town in Nawanshashr. Among the captured 12 youth are from the four regions of Punjab's Doaba locale – Jalandhar, Hoshiarpur, Nawanshahr and Kapurthala. But one youth, who has a place with Jat people group, the rest are Dalits.

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