No ransom paid for release of Kerala priest Tom Uzhunnalil: Govt – Times of India

September 13, 2017
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Times of India
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Centre on Wednesday said no ransom amount was paid to abductors for the release of Father Tom Uzhunnalil and underlined that the ministry of external affairs “works quietly without noise, but ultimately gets the work done”.
MEA works quietly, gets work done: VK Singh on Father Tom’s releaseThe Indian Express
No ransom paid to free Fr Tom: VK SinghHindustan Times
India says no ransom paid for Father Tom Uzhunnalil’s releaseThe New Indian Express
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