Bajaur Agency: – One of 24 kidnapped Pakistani child escaped from Afghan Taliban abduction and reached home, E Pakistan News reported.
During the 2nd day of Eid-ul-Fitr holidays, Taliban militants in Afghanistan had kidnapped more than 30 Pakistani boys who inadvertently strayed across the border.
The incident was took place after a group of boys, aged between 15 and 20, left the Gharkhi area of Bajaur tribal region during Eid holidays.
About 10 boys below ten years old in the group were allowed to return to Pakistan but those between 12 to 20 years old were held.
Tribal elders and clerics are trying to negotiate with the militants to secure their release, officials said. “There was no possibility of a grand Jirga to be held across the border… but we are trying for the safe recovery of these boys,”Political senior official told E Pakistan News.
Today, after about two months, a boys Asadullah S/O Said Hakeem tehsil Mamond Village Erab managed to escape from Taliban captivity, while two boys Amanullah and Abdullah had managed to escape from captivity some days ago.
Both of them and recently escaped boy belonging to Tehsil Mamond village “Erab” of Bajaur Agency.
Many jirgas have been held for the rescue but failed.
It is reported that that the abducted boys managed to escape from Taliban at night when they busy to perform pray, and cross the border where they spend night in a village near “Nakhtar”, early in the morning they reached his native village “Erab” where the political administration took him in his custody and brought him to civil colony Khar for investigation.
After investigation he returned homes. The escaped boy told that Taliban has divided them into six groups and they provided us breakfast, lunch and dinner at proper time.
The residents of the area show their joyful on his release and prayer for other abducted boys to release before Eid-e-Azaha.
News Reported by Official Reporter E Pakistan News – Hussain Ahmad Bajaur Agency.