SHC Chief Justice’s son couldn’t recovered hours after his abduction

21 Jun, 2016 10:26 am

KARACHI (92 News) – The son of Sindh High Court (SHC) Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah could not be recovered hours after his abduction by unidentified men in Karachi’s Clifton area on Tuesday.

As per details, Owais Shah, son of SHC Chief Justice, had gone to a super market in Clifton from where he had gone missing, while his car was found abandoned near Punjab Chorangi.

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah had taken notice of the incident and ordered the law enforcement agencies to seal the entry and exit routes of the city.

After being informed, large contingent of police reached the super market and collected evidence.

Owais Ali Shah had recently returned from London after completing his bar-at-law and was following cases including the case of KPT employees. “Neither he had any security threats nor any guard was with him,” sources said.

Security officials are carrying out investigation into the abduction of Owais Ali Shah.

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