Five of the six Indian youths taken hostages in Bhutan for nearly a month have been release, Indian newspaper Jagaran reported.
Though they returned to their village, they said were unaware of their sixth friend. They said the sixth was not with them in Bhutan.
The youths were taken by a man who assured them of job in Bhutan but were made hostage. After three weeks, one of the youths called his family saying they have been kept hostage in Bhutan.
Subsequent calls to that number were not connected leaving the family upset. Indian police unable to trace the abductors sought support of the concerned company in Bhutan for the release of the youths.