Tag: Indians Stranded In Iraq

राज्य सभा ने मोहसुल में ३ वर्ष पूर्व मारे गए ३९ भारतीयों को श्रद्धांजलि दी

[नई दिल्ली] राज्यसभा ने मोहसुल में ३ वर्ष पूर्व मारे गए ३९ भारतीयों को श्रद्धांजलि दी| विदेश मंत्री श्रीमती सुषमा स्वराज ने आज सदन में इस बात की पुष्टि करते हुए बताया के तीन वर्ष पूर्व लापता हुए ४० भारतीय आतंकवादियों द्वारा मारे जा चुके हैं |जनरल वी के सिंह के प्रयासों से उन अभागों के शवों को ढूढ़ निकला गया है और उनके डी ऍन ऐ मिलवाये जा चुके हैं |उन्होंने सहयोग के लिए इराक सरकार को धन्यवाद भी दिया|उन्होंने बताया के बिना सबूतों के लापता लोगों को मृत घोषित करना अपराध था |अब चूँकि इसकी पुष्टि हो चुकी है इसीलिए सदन को जानकारी दी जा रही है |मृतकों में ३१ अभागे पंजाब से हैं उनके शव अमृतसर पहुंचाए जाएंगे | ४ हिमांचल से हैं |हरजीत मसीह बच कर निकल गया था
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“AAP” Party Demanded Updates,On Indians Stranded In Iraq,From Indian MEA

Aam Aadmi Party ,Today, Demanded Updates, On Indians Stranded In Iraq, From External Affairs Minister.The AAP Party demanded that the central government should be more pro-active in ensuring the safe return of Indian workers still stuck in Iraq
As Per Figures provided by aap party Atleast 3,000 Indians are still stranded in armed conflict hit Iraq and there is still no word on the plight of 39 workers abducted by the ISIS, who have now spent more than five weeks in custody.
Atleast 40 such families have started a dharna at Jantar Mantar in the capital, demanding effective from the central government for their release.
Aam Aadmi Party national convenor Arvind Kejriwal, along with the four Lok Sabha MPs of the party, met these families today (Tuesday) afternoon.
The families narrated their woes to Kejriwal, in presence of [1]MPs Bhagwant Mann[2]Dr Dharamvira Gandhi[3]Prof Sadhu Singh [4]Harinder Singh Khalsa.
Later, in the evening, Mann accompanied these families to meet the senior officials in the external affairs ministry.
Aap Party Says that .The absence of any information about the plight of 39 abducted countrymen is a matter of grave concern and the external affairs minister Ms Sushma Swaraj should make a statement in Parliament about the latest situation.
The government has made some efforts to get back some Indian workers from Iraq safely back home, but these are highly inadequate. The sense of urgency and emergency response required appears to be missing on the government’s part so far.
The safe return requires a mix of deft diplomacy and use of good offices with friendly countries and the AAP appeals to the government to take all possible steps in this regard.
Aap Says This is not an issue of party politics and the AAP is ready to provide all the help to the government to ensure the safe return of Indian workers from the strife torn region.