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No confirmation of abducted Chinese nationals’ killing: Sarfraz Bugti

No confirmation of abducted Chinese nationals’ killing: Sarfraz Bugti
June 10, 2017

QUETTA, 10 June: Balochistan Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti has said that the reports regarding the killing of two abducted Chinese nationals could not be confirmed until their dead bodies were not received.
Sarfraz Bugti asserted that the video released by militant group ‘Daesh’ clearly illustrates that the abducted Chinese citizens have been killed. However, he refrained from confirming the killing and said that only after receipt of the dead bodies they would confirm the killing.
The Home Minister informed that security forces search operation was underway in Mastung to recover the abducted Chinese nationals.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Foreign Office in a statement said it was working to confirm authenticity of the reports of killing of two Chinese nationals, kidnapped in Quetta. “We are in constant contact with the Chinese government,” FO said.
Chinese living in Pakistan are our honoured guests and brothers, and we will continue to take all measures to ensure their safety,” the statement concluded.

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