Indian clerics missing detained by Pak’s Intelligence Agency, Claim Family Members

Photo of the head priest of Delhi's Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah Syed Asif Ali Nizami.

New Delhi: The head priest of Nizamuddin Dargah, Syed Asif Ali Nizami along with his nephew had gone to Pakistan on March 4 to visit several religious places and relatives but after posting pictures of their visit to Datta Darbar, both of them vanished from the airport and now the family members of the two clerics claimed that both of them are detained by the Pakistan’s Intelligence Agency.

Sajid Nizami, who is the son of Asif Ali Nizami went on to say: “Nizal Ali was detained at the Lahore airport itself while Asif Ali was allowed to travel to Karachi but he never came out of the airport.”

An official Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency claimed that the agency has no idea about the disappearance of the Indian clerics.

The official spokesperson of Pakistan’s Foreign Office Nafees Zakaria went on to say: “No clues to the missing Indian priests have been found so far. However, we are proactively pursuing the case. We have asked all departments concerned to look into the matter.”

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