Khat­tak seeks FO in­ter­ven­tion for miss­ing child re­turn

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

PE­SHAWAR—Chief Min­is­ter Khy­ber Pakhtunkhwa, Pervez Khat­tak Thurs­day asked Pak­istan For­eign Min­istry to con­tact the In­dian author­i­ties and help re­unite the miss­ing child from Charsadda with his fam­ily.

On the rec­om­men­da­tion of the Spe­cial As­sis­tant on In­for­ma­tion and PR, Mush­taq Ah­mad Ghani, Parvez Khat­tak Wed­nes­day wrote the For­eign Of­fice that the 7-years old child Tu­fail Is­mail s/o Za­far Ali from district Charsadda who was miss­ing since June 6, 2014 has been no­ticed on So­cial Me­dia in In­dian state of Ra­jasthan and his de­tails as per me­dia re­ports could be col­lected from Ganga Na­gar po­lice sta­tion.

An FIR in re­spect of the dis­ap­pear­ance of this child was al­ready reg­is­tered in Prang (Charsadda) Po­lice Sta­tion but the fam­ily seemed to be very poor and might find them-selves help­less to reach their child par­tic­u­larly in far away In­dia.

How­ever, the Chief Min­is­ter said that it was the duty of the govern­ment to help re­unite the child with his fam­ily. He has also di­rected the lo­cal civil ad­min­is­tra­tion to re­main in touch with the said fam­ily so that any fur­ther de­tails re­quired to the For­eign Of­fice could be in­stantly pro­vided to it.

Mr. Ghani had also at­tached the clip­ping from daily Dawn May 29, 2015 along-with its link and pic­tures of the said child in his let­ter writ­ten to the Chief Min­is­ter. The clip­ping and link too were sent to the For­eign Of­fice by the later.

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