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Mosul: 39 Indians kidnapped, killed by ISIS in Iraq, Reported by two Bangladeshi workers

Mosul: 39 Indians kidnapped, killed by ISIS in Iraq, Reported by two Bangladeshi workers: Well, now shocking news is coming out from the mouth of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj as she told that “Thirty-nine Indians kidnapped by the Islamic State in Iraq’s Mosul in 2014 are dead.” She indicates that this issue is very bad and she added that their bodies were spotted using deep penetration radar. Some reports are coming that she told the House that their bodies were spotted using deep penetration radar.

Mosul: 39 Indians kidnapped, killed by ISIS in Iraq, Reported by two Bangladeshi workers

Reports are coming that the bodies were exhumed from mass graves in Iraq’s Badush and DNA testing led to the identification of 38 as being of missing Indians. Overall, on the interview with ABP news, back in 2014 two Bangladeshi workers shared the same thing. Also, the channel reported these killing on account of two Bangladeshi workers whom the channel spoke to in Kurdistan’s capital Erbil four years ago.

As per the official reports now, the Islamic State seized control of Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, in June 2014 after it defeated the Iraqi Army and in the result, they killed thousands of civilians including these Indian citizens. Overall, Iraqi forces initiated an offensive in October 2016, to retake the city and succeeded in their efforts in July 2017.

Mosul: 39 Indians kidnapped, killed by ISIS in Iraq, Reported by two Bangladeshi workers

As per the reports, the story of 39 Indians in Iraq’s Mosul as told by two Bangladeshi nationals, Shafi Islam and Hasan to ABP News in 2014 and now it is getting viral on the Internet. Also, they both added the details about the ordeal they Indians suffered at the hands of the ISIS.

The said that “Indian worker Harjeet Masih who miraculously escaped from the clutches of the militants. Harjeet informed Shafi and Hasan that he witnessed the killings of all his Indian co-workers.” Shafi told ABP News that they were traveling to Mosul from Baghdad and on the way were kidnapped by ISIS militants on June 11.