He is expected to return with the mortal remains of Indians from the war-torn country by late Monday night or Tuesday morning.
Sources have informed that the delegation will first go to Punjab and then visit West Bengal, Himachal Pradesh and Bihar to handover the mortal remains to their relatives. "Just like a martyr's we will send each and every one's mortal remains to their family", he said.
"MoS Singh will most probably leave tomorrow for Iraq to bring back mortal remains of these 39 Indians".
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"I will be flying straight to Amritsar followed by Patna and Kolkata", he said. "I am going to Mosul to get mortal remains of 38 Indians; we would not get one man's remains as his case is still pending", Singh told ANI.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj announced in Parliament recently that the 39 Indians kidnapped by the ISIS in 2014 in Mosul had been killed at Badoosh.
The bodies were stored in a freezer at the Medico Legal Institute of Iraq in Baghdad.
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The 39 bodies were earlier exhumed after deployment of deep-penetration radars at the hillock.
The group of Indian labourers, mostly from Punjab, was taken hostage by ISIS when it overran Iraq's second largest city Mosul in 2014. It was finally confirmed they were killed by the ISIS and buried under a hillock at Badosh near Mosul.
While Iraq's Martyr's Foundation has been able to determine the DNA match for 38 Indians, the 39th Indian Raju Yadav's DNA matching is still under process.
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