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These 11 Indians were held hostage in Nepal for 1 month, now they can be freed with special efforts – India TV Hindi

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These 11 Indians were held hostage in Nepal for 1 month, now they can be freed with special efforts – India TV Hindi

Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda, PM of Nepal (File) - India TV Hindi

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Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachanda, PM of Nepal (File)

Eleven Indians, who were held hostage in Nepal for a month, have now been freed after special efforts. Seven people have been arrested there. It is being told that all these people were kept hostage in Nepal for more than a month in the name of sending them to America. These people were also being made to do unpaid labour. Not only this, the hostages were also being subjected to many types of torture. But now all these 11 Indian citizens have been freed.

Police sources informed on Wednesday that the Indian hostages have been freed. A Kathmandu District Police Range source said that seven Indian agents were arrested for their involvement in this gang. All these agents used to collect huge amount of money from people by luring them with the promise of earning big money abroad. After this, they were taken to Nepal and other places and taken hostage. Then those hostages were exploited.

11 people were kept locked in a rented house

According to police, all the 11 people who have been freed were held hostage in a rented house in Ratopul area on the outskirts of Kathmandu for more than a month. Acting on a tip-off, a special team of police sent from Kathmandu District Police Range carried out the operation, the source said. After this all the hostages were freed. The legal process of sending the hostages to their homes has now started. (Language)

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