No Stone Unturned To Trace Them: PMModi On Death Of 39 Indians In Iraq


Expressing grief at the death of 39 Indians, who went missing in 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that no stones were unturned in trying to trace them. Taking to Twitter, he tweeted, “The MEA and particularly my colleagues Sushma Swaraj Ji and General V K Singh Ji left no stone unturned in trying to trace and safely bring back those we lost in Mosul.”

“Every Indian grieves with those who lost their loved ones in Mosul. We stand in solidarity with the bereaved families and pay our respects to the Indians killed in Mosul,” he added.

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