KARACHI: Pakistan Rangers Sindh has taken into custody 11 suspects from various areas of the metropolis in connection with the kidnapping of the son of the Chief Justice of the Sindh High Court.
A Rangers spokesman said here on Tuesday that the suspects have been arrested in search operation in Orangi, Gaddap, Liaqatabad, Keamari, Korangi, Clifton and Jamshed Town areas.
Moreover, the para-military force in its targeted action against criminals and terrorists has arrested ten alleged criminals, including three target killers and one extortionist from different areas of the city.
The accused were arrested during the targeted raids in Nazimabad, New Karachi, Steel Town, Malir, Landhi and Sultanabad. The weapons and ammunition are also recovered from their possession. -APP
Reward of Rs. 2.5m for info leading to recovery of CJ’s son
KARACHI: The Pakistan Rangers Sindh has announced a reward of Rs. 2.5 million on provision of credible information regarding kidnappers of Owais Ali Shah, son of Syed Sajjad Ali Shah, the Chief Justice of Sindh High Court, who was abducted in Karachi on Monday.
A Rangers spokesman appealed to the people that any information regarding the kidnappers of Owais Ali Shah be promptly communicated to Rangers’ whatsapp 03162369996, email firstname.lastname@example.org, helpline 1101, or through call or sms.
He added that the name of the one providing such information would be kept secret. -APP
Kidnappers snatch son of SHC CJ in Karachi
KARACHI: Masked men kidnapped the son of a senior Pakistani judge in Karachi, police said on Tuesday, suspecting the victim could be used as a bargaining chip in negotiations to free imprisoned militants.
Awais Ali Shah, the son of Sindh High Court Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, was abducted outside a supermarket in the city on Monday, according to police. Eyewitnesses told officers that Shah, a lawyer, had put up a fight before being quickly overpowered and thrown into a white getaway car.
“So far it is kidnapping, and my professional assessment is that it is not for ransom,” Allah Dino Khawaja, the police chief in Sindh province told Reuters.
Security officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorised to speak to the media, said they suspected the kidnappers would offer to free Shah in return for the release of captured militants.
Police did not say why they suspected Shah had been abducted by militants.
Earlier this year, Shahbaz Taseer, the son of slain Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer, was rescued four years after he was kidnapped by militants in the eastern city of Lahore.
Last month, US and Afghan forces freed Ali Haider Gilani, the son of former Pakistani Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani, three years after gunmen abducted him. –Reuters
Son of CJ SHC gone missing in Karachi
KARACHI: Son of Chief Justice Sindh high Court Owais Shah has been missing since Monday afternoon. His car has been recovered from Agha super market, Aaj news reported.
According to sources, Shah has been missing since Monday after noon but his car has been recovered from Agha super market at 10:00 pm which was found locked from inside.
Investigations has been started after Shah’s car recovery and it is suspected that Shah might have been kidnapped, said sources.
Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah and Governor Sindh Dr Ishrat ul Ebad took notice of the incident and ordered police for quick investigation.