External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday at the end of the day reacted to a pain call around an Indian abroad, saying that the suffered has been found and is in safe guardianship of that nation’s authorities.
Reacting to a tweet by a man named Rajeev Sharma that his sibling Vinay Mahajan has been kidnapped in the central European country of Serbia and the criminals were debilitating to execute him unless paid money, Sushma Swaraj tweeted: “Indian Ambassador to Belgrade Sanjay Verma has just informed me that Vinay Mahajan has been found and is in safe custody of Serbian authorities.”
From that point, Mr Sharma said in a different tweet that Mr Mahajan had entered a refugee camp in Serbia as guided by a specialist.
To this, Sushma Swaraj, alarming Protector General of Emigrants M.C. Luther, stated: “Mr. Luther – This is a direct result of the agent who sent him there. This agent merits exemplary punishment.”
Previously a piece of Yugoslavia, Serbia turned into an independent republic in 2006 when the Balkan nation curmbled.
As indicated by the Indian Embassy in Belgrade, there are just a modest bunch of NRIs and people of Indian root (PIOs) in Serbia and there is no Indian people group relationship there.