Daughters-in-law from Pakistan always welcome: Sushma Swaraj


Gurpinder Kaur, whose 26-year-old brother Manjinder Singh is among the missing, said, "Just 48 days ago, on June 8, Sushma Swaraj told us that she had information that 25 of the 39 missing people were alive and they have been traced".

The external affairs minister said she had never misled Parliament or the families of the abducted Indians. She said that the ministry does not have any proof of the missing Indians to be alive, however, they didn't get any corpses, blood trail or any list published by the ISIS either which could have confirmed that they are dead. And she plans to do the same with the missing Indians, she stressed. "We have been going through this torture for the past over three years", said Manjit Kaur, whose husband Dalwinder is among the missing men.

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In an emotional statement in the Lok Sabha, Swaraj rejected allegations that she had misled the country on the issue and asserted that the government will continue efforts to search for the 39 Indians, mostly from Punjab, who were working in construction company in Mosul in Iraq. "And declaring anyone dead without proof is a sin that I won't commit", she said. We are equally concerned.

During his visit to India, Mr.al-Jafari said his country was not sure if the Indians (http://thehindu.com/news/national/iraq-not-sure-of-fate-of-39-indians/article19347089.ece) "are dead or alive".

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More than 10,000 Indians fled Iraq amid the upsurge in violence in 2014, including dozens of nurses who were held briefly by suspected ISIS terrorists in Tikrit and Mosul before being allowed to return home. "He told me that in Iraq it is said that wait is worse than death", Swaraj said. They were captured and later lodged in Badush prison. "Right now, allow her to speak", said Speaker Sumitra Mahajan.

Masih, who was a part of the group and managed to escape, had claimed the Indians were all shot dead a few days after they were abducted. "But if anyone turns up alive, then it is their responsibility", she added. "No one including their families will ask me anything after that", Swaraj said on Wednesday. "Why should I believe Harjit Masih's claims?"

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