Indian woman who was imprisoned in Afghan prison before Taliban capture

  • Imran Qureshi
  • for Press24 News

image source, SREEKESH R

It seems she was more comfortable when her daughter was in prison in Afghanistan. But according to him now the situation has gone from bad to worse.

Bindu Sampath, who lives in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, told PRESS24 NEWS Hindi, “A journalist called from Kabul that the men have been released from jail but there is no information about the women. Four days have passed since these messages came. “

By “women” he refers to his daughter Nimisha alias Fatima Isa and granddaughter Ummu Kulsu who will turn five on Friday.

Nimisha and her husband Bexen Vincent alias Isa were among 21 people who abruptly disappeared from Kerala in 2016 and went to Sri Lanka to join the Islamic State.

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