Mystery deepens as Indian clerics return home

New Delhi: The highest priest of Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah, who along with one different cleric had gone missing in Pakistan for days, returned dwelling on Monday with their disappearance nonetheless shrouded in thriller amid research that they’d been picked up by the ISI.

Syed Asif Nizami, 80, the chief priest of the sufi shrine and his nephew Nazim Ali Nizami flew once more by a Pakistan Worldwide Airways flight and met exterior affairs minister Sushma Swaraj, who had taken up their case with Pakistan Prime Minister’s adviser on worldwide affairs Sartaj Aziz.

Though the two clerics did not expose so much about what occurred all through this period, Asif Nizami, nonetheless said, he was blindfolded and dropped at some undisclosed place.

“I was sitting on the Lahore Airport, carrying my boarding go when all the sudden some people received right here and suggested me there have been some particulars lacking in my passport.
“When the flight was about to depart, I was requested to accompany them. I felt helpless. Rapidly Eight-10 people surrounded me and I was taken out through one different gate,” he said.

Sajid Nizami, son of Asif Nizami, alleged that the duo was “taken away” after a info report appeared in a Karachi-based Urdu day-after-day which claimed that they’d hyperlinks with Indian exterior intelligence firm RAW.

On research that every of them could not be contacted as they’d been in inside Sindh the place there was no communication group, Nazim Ali Nizami strongly rejected the declare.

“We did not have visa for Sindh interior region, so how could we have gone there? The reports that we could not be contacted because of network issues is totally false,” Nazim said.