The 39 Indian nationals have been missing since 2014.
- Most of the missing Indians are from Punjab: Sampla
- Some from Tamil Nadu: SamplaOn Badush jail, I can’t say anything about it:On Badush jail, I can’t say anything about it: Sampla
“(The) Indian government is doing everything it can for them to bring them back. We need to have patience,” he said.
Just days ago, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said the Indian citizens, who’ve been missing since 2014, might be alive in a prison in Badush, located west of Mosul.An India Today team travelled to Badush but found no sign of them. The jail had been flattened to the ground.
“On Badush jail, I can’t say anything about it. MEA is to answer that,” Sampla said.
Sampla, who called on the media to help the government, said most of the missing Indians are from Punjab, and that some are from Tamil Nadu.