Six kidnapped Pakistanis released in Turkey: FO spokesman
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Six kidnapped Pakistanis were released in Turkey on Wednesday.
The Foreign Office spokesman said that the abductees were recovered from Usman Pasha area.
He said the recovered people include Fazal Amin, Adeel Ahmed, Muhammad Zeeshan, Abid, Usman Ali and Ashbbar Ahmed. “Four abductees belong to Gujranwala, while two others are from Peshawar and Mardan,” he added.
He disclosed that the Pakistan Embassy had sought an access to the Pakistanis.
The spokesman also thanked the Turkish government and department concerned.
92 News became the voice of the abducted Pakistanis who had gone to Turkey for job, but were kidnapped by the Aghan gang. The kidnappers had demanded ransom for the release of the abductees.
They said that four members of the Turk gang have also been arrested.