New Delhi, March 20: Making a big revelation, one of the Sufi clerics who had gone missing in Pakistan said that one of the papers in the neighbouring country had printed false news of them being Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) agents.
This could be a hint to towards Pakistan’s conspiracy to convict innocent Indians reported ANI.
“There is a newspaper Ummat (in Pakistan) which has printed false statements (of the two clerics being RAW spies) and photos,” Nazim Nizami told media after the arrival.
The two Sufi clerics of Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah are scheduled to meet External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj later in the day.
They arrived earlier on Monday in the Capital.
“Both have reached home and are safe and sound. We had a talk and they were quite excited after coming back. We thank the Ministry of External Affairs and the central government for ensuring their safe return,” said Syed Sajid Ali, son of the 80-year-old cleric.
The duo on their arrival visited the Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah and were warmly welcomed by the people.
Delhi: The two Sufi clerics who had gone missing in Pakistan, have returned to India (visuals from Nizamuddin Dargah) pic.twitter.com/XJpATZXujA
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Swaraj had yesterday stated that she spoke to Syed Nazim Ali Nizami, one of the missing clerics, in Karachi and was assured they were safe and would be back to Delhi on Monday.
The two clerics surfaced in Karachi and told that they had gone to meet their devotees in interior Sindh, where there was no phone connectivity.
The clerics, identified as Syed Asif Ali Nizami and his friend Nazim Nizami, belong to Delhi’s Hazrat Nizamuddin Dargah.
Syed Asif Ali Nizami is the head priest of the Dargah.
The duo had travelled to Pakistan to visit their relatives in Karachi and then embarked on a pilgrimage to Lahore.
One of them went missing in Karachi and the other in Lahore, reports claimed.
The Indian authorities had raised the issue with the Pakistan Foreign Ministry seeking its help in tracing their missing citizens.