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News ID: 3857
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 13:39 - 07 April 2014
Tehran, YJC. Iran’s chief of border police says Pakistan has offered no help in freeing the Iranian hostage soldiers.

Iran’s commander of border police providing comments on the freedom of 4 soldiers taken hostage by Jaish ul-Adl said "Following joint actions by the border police, the Sistan and Baluchestan governorate, and the regional elderly four Iranian border guards were freed.”

Brigadier General Hossein Zolfaghari stated "Although the Pakistani border forces made some effort to find the Iranian soldiers, the country’s intelligence, military and police forces played no role in freeing the hostages.”

He asserted "Since the hostages were delivered from within the soil of Pakistan, recent claims by some Pakistani statesmen denying the existence of the Iranian border guards inside Pakistan was false.”

He further added that the case of Officer Jamshid Danaee Far whom the abductors claimed they had killed is still under investigation.

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