Amongst hundreds of prisoners unveiled by the Taliban from an Afghan jail immediately after their takeover of Kabul was Nimisha Fathima from Kerala, who experienced surrendered to Afghan forces soon after joining the terror team ISIS. Her mom Bindu Sampath has asked for the government to help bring her and her minimal daughter back again.
Nimisha Fathima and her four-year-previous daughter experienced been in jail in Kabul ever because she and 400 other people surrendered to Afghan forces in 2019. Her husband was killed in a US airstrike on an ISIS base.
Afghanistan had offered to deport her and other ladies from Kerala.
Her whereabouts immediately after the Taliban threw open up the gates of the jail on Sunday are unidentified.
Bindu Sampath explained she is involved that her granddaughter, who turns five these days, might fall into the arms of the Taliban.
“When I read news that they have been launched, I was so content. But by evening I heard the unhappy news that they had been not produced but were handed above to terrorists by the Indian federal government,” Ms Sampath claimed as she spoke to NDTV on Wednesday.
“If she has performed anything incorrect to my place, let her go via Indian law. That is what I have been indicating for about four several years. If she is deported from Afghanistan, I can take care of my granddaughter. Usually, she will come to be a prey to these terrorist. I never know why the Indian government is not making it possible for her back,” she explained.
Bindu Sampath reported her daughter, who went missing in 2017, was “brainwashed”. She suggests she has appealed to Kerala Minister Muraleedharan and other individuals. Her petition in court seeking her daughter’s return is coming up on Tuesday.
“My daughter was brainwashed by terrorists and a physician, who was with her in a coaching centre in Thiruvananthapuram… 21 people from Kerala had gone lacking in 2017 and the mastermind was Abdul Rasheed and four other people…” Ms Sampath claimed.
She also alleged that her daughter’s homecoming had been blocked by a disagreement between intelligence officers.
“My granddaughter will be five many years tomorrow. I have not seen her still. When my daughter was travelling, she was 7 months pregnant. I complained to the authorities about the gentleman who took her and 21 many others, but no motion has been taken. Only I am the victim, harassed and bullied by the media, by everybody,” Ms Sampath told NDTV.