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Home > News > The Gulf War II > Report

Hostage-takers identified: Natwar

July 23, 2004 21:03 IST


Iraqi authorities have identified the people responsible for the abduction of three Indians, External Affairs Minister K Natwar Singh said on Friday.

"They (Iraqis) are in constant touch (with the Indian government). They have identified the people who were responsible for this," Singh told reporters in Islamabad before leaving for Delhi after a five-day visit to Pakistan.

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The three Indians were abducted on Wednesday along with three Kenyans and an Egyptian. All seven were working as truck drivers for KGL, a Kuwaiti company.

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Sub: Shame on you Natu.

Shame on you Natu, This is a national crisis and you are leaving the country to visit Pakistan and your PM has also left the ...


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