NEW DELHI: Two Muslim clerics from Delhi who went missing in Pakistan are “in (the) custody of Pakistan’s intelligence agencies,” reported PTI today, quoting unnamed official sources.
The two Sufi clerics from Delhi’s Nizamuddin Dargah went to Pakistan on March 8. They reportedly went missing from Lahore airport, from where they were scheduled to fly to Karachi, a few days ago.
The news comes in a day after external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj said Pakistan’s spy agency ISI likely abducted the two men. She said the Pakistani “hosts” of the…
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