NDS free 8 abductees in Ghazni

(Last Updated On: November 10, 2015)


National Directorate of Security (NDS) – Afghanistan’s intelligence agency has set free eight passengers who were kidnapped from Ghazni province of Afghanistan, NDS statement released on Tuesday said.

“Five men, two women and a young boy released were part of the 31 people kidnapped several months ago by terrorist groups,” NDS statement read.

According to the statement these abductees will be returned to their families at the earliest opportunity in their provinces.

NDS reject Taliban claim about hanging culprits who were involved in the beheading of the seven other abductees on Monday.

Afghan spy agency says the Taliban have splintered into several groups fighting and killing each other; therefore, they are publishing such propaganda to hide their crimes and devastations.

On Monday reports emerged that Taliban fighters loyal to ISIS have beheaded seven hostages who were included two women, one child and four men.

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