New Delhi, August 4
Two Indians, who had been launched from captivity in Afghanistan on July 31, returned to India as we speak. They had been among the many seven Indians kidnapped in Afghanistan over two years in the past of whom six are actually free. The Ministry of External Affairs has thanked Kabul for its “constant and unwavering support” in securing their launch.
These Indians had been working for Maharashtra-based KEC. They had been kidnapped in a village close to the northern metropolis of Pul-e-Khomre the place India is growing an electrical energy infrastructure that powers elements of Kabul. KEC owns an electrical energy substation contract within the space and has over 60 Indians working at totally different areas throughout Afghanistan. — TNS