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Armed accused kidnap 6 Shia Zaireen near Pak-Iran border

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Armed accused kidnapped 6 Shia Zaireen near the Pak-Iran border on Sunday morning. Police sources said the Shia Zaireen were coming from Iran when kidnapped by armed accused. The kidnapped Zaireen belongs to Karachi. The kidnapping incident has taken a place in the Panjgur district of Balochistan, police said.

They had spent 50 days in Mashad Iran and were on their way to Karachi when kidnapped by armed men, police said. The kidnappers have left 2 women and taken away six Zaireen with them. Every year, a large number of Shia Zaireen from various parts of the country enter into Iran at Pak-Iran border Taftan on their way to Iran and Iraq.

Pakistan shares 900 km border with Iran

Pakistan shares more than 900km border with Iran. Human traffickers also use unfrequented routes at the Pak-Iran border to sneak into Iran on their way to European countries. Every year thousands of poverty-hit people sneak into Iran on their way to European countries. Most of them are caught in Iran and Turkey. Very few manage to reach Greece. Pakistan and Iran have established a joint border commission that holds regular meetings after every three-month to discuss issues relating to the border.

Armed accused kidnap 6 Shia Zaireen near Pak-Iran borderĀ 

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