Two abducted children return home in Karachi
KARACHI (92 News) – Two children – who kidnapped from Korangi area of Karachi on April 2 – were returned home safely, said their family.
The two brothers, Haris, 16 and Shayan, 14 had been abducted by four unidentified men from Bagh-e-Korangi yesterday (April 2) when they were on their way to home.
It is pertinent to mention here that the family and residents staged protest for demanding to recover the children; however, the kidnappers dropped the children near to their house.
On Wednesday, the family members and the residents of the area staged a protest demonstration and blocked Sharafi Goth road. The protestors demanded of the government and concerned authorities to get recover the two minor brothers.
The father of the abducted brothers said that his sons were on their way to home after taking tuition, when four unidentified men riding on two motorcycles forcefully kidnapped them in broad daylight on April 2. He said that a first information report (FIR) about the incident had be lodged at Awami Colony police station in Korangi.
Earlier, a close circuit TV (CCTV) footage, on March 21, had been surfaced of a kidnapping incident in which unidentified man had snatched a newborn from a female beggar in city’s Baldia Town area and fled.
The incident had occurred within the remits of Madina Colony Police Station. The case had been registered by the police.
The footage had shown the man first gave a few rupees to the begging woman who had been sitting across the footpath. The man then had cradles the baby and after a few seconds he had fleed away perching on a motorbike rode by his accomplice.