Indian aid worker kidnapped in Afghanistan rescued
NEW DELHI: An Indian lady working for a global guide bunch who was grabbed in the Afghan capital a month ago has been saved unharmed, Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj reported on Saturday.
Judith D’Souza, who works for the Aga Khan Foundation, was kidnapped on June 9 in the focal point of Kabul.
“I am cheerful to educate you that Judith D’Souza has been saved,” the pastor said in a tweet.
She expressed gratitude toward Afghanistan for its “assistance and backing” yet gave no insights about how the discharge came to fruition.
Swaraj said in a different remark on Twitter she had addressed D’Souza, who might touch base in the Indian capital on Saturday evening.
Grabbing is a noteworthy issue in Afghanistan, influencing generally Afghans in spite of the fact that various outsiders have likewise been snatched as of late.
Police in Kabul advised nonnatives living outside ensured mixes to go with gatekeepers after D’Souza’s snatching.
The Aga Khan Foundation is a piece of the Aga Khan Development Network, which has diverted about $750 million into Afghanistan’s remaking.