ISIS forced to move 46 Indian Nurses in Iraq's Tikrit to unknown destination

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iraq
Thursday, 03 July 2014


Art46 Indian nurses stranded in Tikrit in war-torn Iraq have been shifted to another location, New Delhi said today. However some sources informed that the Takfiri ISIS sex-butchers forced to move Indian nurses to unknown destination.

Asked whether the nurses, who had been living in a hospital since the conflict broke out last month were now in captivity, he said, "There is no free will in zones of conflict."

He asserted, however, that the Indian government was in constant touch with the nurses, "including 10 minutes before I came."

The nurses had been pressured by militants to board buses and leave the hospital, where they were stranded from last few days.

The Iraqi army is locked in a fierce battle with American and Saudi funded Takfiri ISIS militants to retake Tikrit, the hometown of former Iraqi dictator Saddam. The Indian foreign ministry denied reports of the hospital being bombed, but said some nurses had suffered "minor injuries" while shifting.

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India Foreign Ministry Spokesman said that "It is not a situation of our choice. It is a difficult situation," he said. The ministry did not confirm whether the nurses were being shifted by the militants who have taken control of the town.

Asked whether the nurses, who had been living in a hospital since the conflict broke out last month were now in captivity, he said, "There is no free will in zones of conflict."

He asserted, however, that the Indian government was in constant touch with the nurses, "including 10 minutes before I came."

The nurses had been pressured by militants to board buses and leave the hospital, where they were stranded from last few days.

The Iraqi army is locked in a fierce battle with American and Saudi funded Takfiri ISIS militants to retake Tikrit, the hometown of former Iraqi dictator Saddam. The Indian foreign ministry denied reports of the hospital being bombed, but said some nurses had suffered "minor injuries" while shifting.

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