No Relatives of Army Chief Taken Hostage by Taliban in Afghanistan: ISPR

 

                Helicopter Hostage by Taliban

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Director Standard Inter-Professional services Pr (ISPR) Asim Bajwa has removed the environment, declaring how the these days crash-appeared helicopter’s hostages getting presented by Taliban in Afghanistan aren’t associated with Army Key Common Raheel Sharif.As its was a hostage not a helicopter accident  as this was confirmed few days ago when this incident  was happened

“Rumours being spread about identity of various crew members of the Punjab Govt heli that crash landed in Lugar province, Afghanistan,” Bajwa tweeted on Saturday.

Terming the rumours ‘absolutely baseless’, Bajwa said, “None of the hostage are related to COAS.

 

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Further, DG ISPR mentioned the lifestyles of hostages have been valuable as well as the army was making essential efforts for his or her safe and early come back.

On August 4, a Pakistani helicopter likely to Russia for overhaul crash-showed up in eastern Afghanistan. Half a dozen people aboard were kidnapped

 

    Assist Retrieve The crew

Using a crash, Basic Raheel called the commander men and women troops in Afghanistan and asked for him to assist retrieve the crew. The Afghan authorities and Afghan Nationwide Army will also be contacted in exposure to this.

The Mi-17 transport chopper crashed in Azra area, inside the restive province of Logar, then ignited, stated the provincial governor’s rep Salim Saleh. He extra that no one was harm within the crash.

However, some citizens in the region stated it had been the Taliban who set the chopper burning after it crashed and required the aircraft’s residents hostage.

The Pakistani army and To the north Atlantic Agreement Business (NATO) Resolute Assistance Goal in the beginning rejected Afghan government and media statements the chopper belonged for these people.

“The heli isn’t in the Pakistan army,” a military formal experienced shared with The Express Tribune.

 

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