Iraqi Govt. says it is not “feasible” to get captive Indians in Iraq freed?

As the Indian government steps up its efforts to secure the release of 40 captive Indians in the Mosul region of Iraq, held by the ISIS militants, the Iraqi government is learned to have said that the attempts are “not feasible” at the moment. All the Indians are reported safe, and are said to be assured of freedom by their captors soon, but the situation in the area is still sensitive and the future course is not clear yet, as per Iraqi government. The Indian government, especially the External Affairs has been working round the clock to safeguard Indians stuck in the strife zone.

Medaram Jathara

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