The destiny of 39 Indian workers, who were abducted in Mosul city of Iraq, is still remain uncertain despite the Indian government hoped that they might be live and lodged into jail of Badush.
As per media reports, the Badush jail is now a deserted structure and it was not occupied by anyone in the last few weeks.
Last week, the family members of missing Indians met Union Minister Sushma Swaraj in Delhi who had informed them that those abducted might be lodged in a jail in Badush in northwest Mosul.
"We have kept our hopes alive about our family members who went missing in Iraq three years ago," Davinder, whose elder brother Gobinder (45) is missing in Iraq, told.
"We still have hope...we have not got any bad news yet from the government side," he said.
On the other hand, Iraqi foreign minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari will be visiting New Delhi from July-24-28.