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Kunar deputy commissioner kidnapped from Peshawar arrives home

Kunar deputy commissioner kidnapped from Peshawar arrives home

Kunar deputy commissioner Muhammad Nabi Ahmadi. – A file photo

January 07, 2018

PESHAWAR: The deputy commissioner of Kunar province of Afghanistan, who was kidnapped from Peshawar three months ago, has been released by the kidnappers.

Kunar Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Nabi Ahmadi was in Dabgari Garden Peshawar for medical treatment in October last year when he was kidnapped by unknown people. Sources said the kidnappers were demanding ransom for the release of Muhammad Nabi.

The deputy ambassador of Afghanistan in Islamabad said Muhammad Nabi has arrived to his home safe and sound. However, he did not divulge details about the circumstances in which he was released by the kidnappers. He also did not reveal whether any ransom was paid to the kidnappers or not.

After Muhammad Nabi’s abduction, his brother and nephew also went missing. Their whereabouts are unknown since then.


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