NEW DELHI: The Government today said it was in touch with relevant people and authorities in Afghanistan to secure the release of seven Indian engineers who were abducted in the restive northern Baghlan province of the war-torn country on Sunday.
“We are in touch with different people who are involved in the exercise through the Afghan Government,” spokesperson in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) Raveesh Kumar said.
He, however, refused to share any specific details citing sensitivity of the case.
“I would not like to get into the details of the people and authorities with whom we are in touch with,” he said at a media briefing.
The Indian engineers were abducted by the Taliban militants from near the Cheshma-e-Sher area in Baghlan on Sunday. (AGENCIES)