Sufi clerics recount Pak experience on return
New Delhi, March 20: The two Sufi clerics, Syed Asif Nizami and Nazim Ali Nizami from Delhi who had gone missing in Pakistan and were in the custody of Pakistan's intelligence agencies returned to India on Monday and met External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj.
The cleric Nazim Nizami who had gone missing on return told that he will go to Pakistan again and spread message of love.
Asif Nizami who also had gone missing described his experience there and said that he had gone to the shrine of Baba Farid Ganj to offer prayers. He had also gone to Data Darbar. He said that, "We were kept in VIP rooms, SHO took my details."
Azim Nizami said that, "We were not troubled, and were kept in VIP rooms. My details were asked, Dargah's details too."
Asif Nizami added that, "I was taken to a place quite far from Karachi, with my face covered. I was offered food, they prepared tea for me and biscuits."
BJP leader Subramanian Swamy meanwhile, had said that he had independent information that Indian clerics who went missing in Pakistan were working against country.