"Certainly I will go there if God wishes me to do so. I am sure He (Jesus) would clear the way for me to do so", the priest told reporters here in response to a question.
Father Uzhunnalil said he still had no idea about the terrorist outfit which abducted him from the charity home run by the Missionaries of Charity in Yemen in 2016.
"I don't know whether they belong to ISIS or any other group. They did not harm me in captivity or pointed guns at me. They gave me food. They gave me medicines when I fell sick," he said.
Earlier, Father Uzhunnalil arrived here from Bengaluru and met Church leaders, priests and his relatives.
In the evening, he met priests and church goers at the Bishop's house at Pala in Kottayam district before proceeding to Ramapuram to meet his neighbours and brothers.
Upon his arrival in the national capital, Father Uzhunnalil had met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and thanked them for their support.
Father Uzhunnalil belongs to the Congregation of Salesians of Don Bosco and was abducted reportedly during a terrorist attack in Aden and taken to an undisclosed place.
On his arrival at the airport here, he was welcomed by Leader of the Opposition in the Kerala Assembly Ramesh Chennithala and several priests, besides Christian leaders.
Father Uzhunnalil reached Yemen in 2010 and was serving the Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity of St. Mother Teresa and the Catholic population there.
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