Two of six hostages captured by Jundallah in Iran freed
Two soldiers captured by the Jundallah militant group were freed as a result of an operation held last night in Iran by the Revolutionary Guard, the ILNA news agency quotes Iranian Deputy Interior Minister on security issues.
Sept.16, Jundallah members captured a bus and took six passengers hostage in the Iranian province of Sistan and Baluchestan near the Sarbaz city. Five hostages are reportedly members of the Kenarak Air Staff and one is an employee of a bank.
Jundallah militant group was created in 2003 and operates as the Iranian and Pakistani Baluchistan in the next. The group has claimed responsibility for many terrorist attacks in Iran. The group has committed mass murders, armed robberies, kidnappings, and bombings, the Iranian government reports.