Update: External Affairs minister assures of sparing no efforts of rescuing Judith D’Souza. She said, ” I have spoken to the sister (Indian woman abducted in Kabul) of Judith D’ Souza. We will spare no efforts to rescue her.”
New Delhi: An Indian woman has been abducted from Taimani area of Kabul and Afghan authorities are trying to secure her release, official sources said on Friday.
Judith D’Souza, the woman from Kolkata was working for Aga Khan Foundation, Afghanistan. She was abducted last night. The Indian embassy is in touch with senior Afghan authorities to ensure her safe release, the sources said. Sources said that the government is also in touch with her family in Kolkata.
The Afghan authorities are making all efforts to secure the early release of the 40-year-old woman.