Indian envoy meets Kenya President over abduction of two seeks swift probe

Amid the experiences of the abduction of two Indian nationals in Kenya, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said it has been in contact with Nairobi and told Indian High Commissioner to Kenya, Namgya Khampa, who met with Kenyan President William Samoei Ruto, expressed concerns relating to the same. While briefing media relating to the latest “traumatic” pattern in Kenya, MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said on Monday night that the Indian envoy requested Ruto to expedite the investigation into the matter.

“We’re in long-established contact with the Kenyan authorities to stumble on the whereabouts of the two missing Indian nationals, Mr Mohammad Zaid Sami Kidwai and Mr Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan,” the MEA told in the liberate.

“Our High Commissioner in Nairobi, Ms Namgya Khampa, today known as on President H.E. Mr William Samoei Ruto to boom our deep advise and place a question to the expediting of investigations into the matter,” the liberate acknowledged.

Severely, the MEA briefing came per a pair of media experiences claiming two Indian nationals– Mohammad Zaid Sami Kidwai and Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan– who comprise been missing for the last 70 days, had been reportedly killed by the disbanded DCI (Directorate of Prison Investigations) unit. Though there changed into as soon as no reliable affirmation of their killings, a shut aide of the Kenyan President claimed that the duo changed into as soon as killed. As per media experiences, Kidwai and Khan, who had been portion of the Kenya Kwanza digital advertising campaign crew, went missing alongside taxi driver Nicodemus Mwania from Mombasa Motorway in July.

MEA enquires the High Commissioner of Kenya in Novel Delhi

In the period in-between, while briefing media in the national capital, MEA spokesperson Bagchi said the High Commissioner of Kenya in Novel Delhi changed into as soon as every so often called into the ministry on Sunday to boom India’s concerns in the matter. “The affirm situations surrounding the abduction and subsequent lack of information are very traumatic. We inquire of that the case will doubtless be investigated completely,” Bagchi said. Based fully on MEA, the Indian High Price in Kenya is in contact with the members of the family of the two Indians and helping them. “The case is below packed with life investigation by the Within Affairs Unit (IAU) of Kenyan Police. We comprise eminent that a number of of us comprise been taken into custody in this connection, alongside with officers of the lately abolished Special Service Unit of the Kenyan Police,” Bagchi added.

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