Jondolla Grouping Shoots 11 People in Iran (UPDATED)
Iran, Tehran, 4 Dec / Trend corr A.Namdari/ Jondolla grouping, acting in the south of Iran, shot 11 people, who were taken hostages in June, a source, who preferred to remain anonymous, told Trend . Earlier eight people were killed.
Representatives of Jondullah organization took 16 policemen hostages in Sarvan region, which is border with Pakistan, and then - three sepahs (officers of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps) in June 2008.
The Iranian officials said that all hostages had been taken to Pakistan.
Jondolla grouping realized several terror attacks under leadership of Abd-ul-Malik Reygi. Their well known attacks include killing of travellors in Tasukizabul region, blats of sepahs' bus and blast sound bombs in Sistan and Baluchistan provinces.
Jondulla demands from the Iranian Government to discharge 200 arrested members of the grouping. Official Tehran rejects this offer and refuses to negotiate with them.
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