Re­tired army of­fi­cer goes miss­ing

Daily Messenger - - Sportlight -

IS­LAM­ABAD: A re­tired Bri­gadier who also served in top in­tel­li­gence agency ISI al­legedly kid­napped by un­known of­fend­ers from Sec­tor G-1/2 Is­lam­abad.

Ac­cord­ing to the de­tails, the son Muham­mad Ali Rizwan of al­legedly kid­napped Bri­gadier reg­is­tered an ap­pli­ca­tion with Ramna Po­lice Sta­tion stat­ing that his fa­ther is a re­tired bri­gadier and orig­i­nates from from Haripur had left his res­i­dence on Oct 10, at 07 PM with his driver how­ever at 9 PM driver in­ti­mated the fam­ily that he went miss­ing.

The driver told that Bri­gadier went to a road­side ho­tel (Dhaba) say­ing him that he was go­ing to have a cup of tea. Driver fur­ther il­lus­trated that I asked him to ac­com­pany him back home but he re­fused ask­ing him to stay there. AT 10pm ac­cord­ing to the driver his phone was switched off, to which he in­formed the fam­ily at home by phone.

His son told po­lice that the fam­ily has been try­ing to lo­cate his fa­ther on their own but all in vain.

He recorded his state­ment to the po­lice that most prob­a­bly he has been kid­napped by un­known crim­i­nals for un­known rea­sons and now where­abouts of the miss­ing Bri­gadier was known.

When On­line con­tacted the In­ves­ti­gat­ing Of­fi­cer In­spec­tor Gulzar of the Ramna Po­lice Sta­tion, he said that his where­abouts has not so far been de­tected. He said that po­lice is in­ves­ti­gat­ing the in­ci­dent but no tan­gi­ble progress has been made so far.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Pakistan

© PressReader. All rights reserved.