India set to rescue her sons from war-torn Libya!

India, Libya, Punjab, Father Tom Uzhunnallil, Sukhbir Singh Badal, General V.K. Singh, Jeddah

New Delhi, August 3, 2016: India is again up and ready to rescue her citizens from war zones. While General V.K. Singh is in Jeddah right now overseeing the situation of the hapless Indian workers who have been duped by Saudi Arabian and Kuwaiti companies and are now stuck there as they do not even have passports with them and no money either, Sushma Swaraj is looking at other cases.

A while ago she informed that India has successfully established a robust contact with the three men from Punjab who were feared missing. The men have been found 900kms away from Tripoli and that they are set to be flown to Tripoli first, as the road journey is still unsafe. The three men will first have to obtain exit Visas from Benghazi. Sushma Swaraj tagged Sukhbir Singh Badal in her tweets as he has been worrying about the fate of Punjab-based Indian workers who choose to work abroad.

But what is worrisome is that despite being rescued earlier and numerous warnings issued by India,  the two of these three men have chosen to go back to Libya on 28th April 2016. They were evacuated on government expense. India is worried about its workforce as many Indian workers are said to be languishing in the custody of terrorist group Islamic State. There were fears about their safety. A Christian Priest named Father Tom Uzhunnallil from Kerala was abducted from Yemen by a terror group and there were speculations by Western media that he has been killed, but the Indian government refuted the story and now his news pictures have surfaced showing his weak but alive.