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Pakistan supported Taliban Terrorists abduct Indian engineer in Afghanistan

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Submitted by Gaurav (India), Aug 3, 2007 at 06:28

Kabul: The Taliban on Friday claimed that they had kidnapped an Indian engineer in Baghlan province of Afghanistan,Xinhua news agency reported.

A local Taliban commander, Bahlol, said Taliban guerrillas on Thursday abducted the Indian engineer. The engineer was working for a power project at Puli Khumri, the capital of Baghlan.

The engineer had been brought to the central Ghazni province where 23 South Koreans were abducted on July 19, Bahlol added.

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We should bow or compromise in front of these hostage takings by islamists ,

We should give them deadline and start executing the Terrorists in Jail one by one if our hostages ( Korean , American , Indian ,etc) are not released by these blodthirsty Islamic Jehadis.

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