Algiers, Sept 28: Algerian authorities have reportedly warned embattled Libyan leader Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s daughter and other relatives that they would be expelled from the country if they give interviews to the media.
The warning comes after recorded comments by Aisha Gaddafi were broadcast on Syrian-based TV, and an Algerian newspaper report that some of the deposed Libyan leader’s relatives had flown to Egypt, CBS News reports.
Aisha said in an audio recording aired on Friday that her father was in high spirits and fighting alongside his supporters.
An Algerian foreign minister official has called such public comments “unacceptable.”
The official has also said that Gaddafi’s relatives remain in Algeria. His wife, daughter Aisha and two sons fled to Algeria after Tripoli’s fall late last month. (ANI)