VK Singh brings back mortal remains of 38 Indians killed in Iraq
The mortal remains of 38 Indians who were killed by the Islamic State in Mosul, Iraq arrived in Amritsar today.
Minister of state for external affairs VK Singh brought back the bodies of the Indians in caskets.
This is not a game of football, Both state and central govt are sensitive govts, EAM had asked the families for the details of their members who can be given jobs etc, we will review: VK Singh,MoS MEA on whether kin of the 38 Indians will be given jobs pic.twitter.com/J0ryINOc1P— ANI (@ANI) April 2, 2018
"The government has left no stone unturned," VK Singh said as he addressed the media.
"It is an irreparable loss," he added.
The Indians had gone missing in 2014 as the government launched a massive search operation along with the Iraqi government.
Foreign Affairs minister Sushma Swaraj had announced in Parliament last month that the Indian government had found the mortal remains of the Indians.