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Militants launch Pak Minister after temporary kidnapping, provides 10-day deadline to fulfil calls for

Gilgit-Baltistan [PoK], October 8 (ANI): A Pakistan Minister from the occupied Gilgit-Baltistan area, Abaid Ullah Baig, who was kidnapped on Friday by militants was launched after negotiations, media reviews mentioned.

The kidnapping happened on Friday night time when he was travelling from Islamabad to Babusar. However, later with negotiations with the militants, Baig was launched within the early morning on Saturday, reported Pakistan-based media portal Minute Mirror.

According to the media portal, militant commander Abdul Hamid had put a situation for the discharge of the Pakistan minister. Hamid gave the Gilgit Baltistan authorities a 10-day deadline demanding for the discharge of armed males who have been concerned in terrorist incidents such because the Nanga Parbat incident, during which ten foreigners have been killed.

In 2013, gunmen dressed as paramilitary police killed overseas vacationers in an unprecedented assault within the Nanga Parbat, reported Dawn.

Citing sources the media portal Minute Mirror mentioned that the calls for of the militants can be mentioned inside a legislative construction. Following the incident, the roads to Gilgit have been cleared and trapped automobiles are actually allowed to maneuver to their locations.

Media portal whereas quoting police sources mentioned that one of many different calls for that the militants made was the adherence to Shariah rules by prohibiting girls from collaborating in sports activities.

Earlier, former Gilgit-Baltistan authorities spokesperson Faizullah Faraq mentioned that negotiations with militant leaders have been happening in Thik Jal space and that he together with Islamic students have been current on the Jirga, reported the portal quoting Faraq’s assertion to the media.

A neighborhood police officer attributed the entire episode to the surge in sectarian violence within the area. “The sectarian tensions in the recent past had snowballed into the current situation, we hope the situation will be resolved soon,” reported Minute Mirror quoting the police officer. (ANI)