Quetta: Police accused of kidnapping three sons
QUETTA: Bibi Mumtaz, the widow of Wadera Khan Mohammad Kalpar, has accused intelligence agencies and Balochistan police of kidnapping her three sons and barging unlawfully into her house and ransacking it.
Addressing a press conference here on Wednesday, she said that her husband had died recently in Islamabad and tribesmen had taken his body to Sui for burial. She said that she and other members of her family could not accompany the body because Jalalan Kalpar, her grandson, had vowed to kill her husband and his family.
Accusing Jalalan of ‘working for the Military Intelligence and the Inter-Services Intelligence’, she said he had unleashed a reign of terror in Dera Bugti. She said that although Jalalan, who was sentenced to 32-year imprisonment and an absconder in Salal Bugti’s murder case, was free to go anywhere along with ‘hundreds of armed guards’.
She said that Jalalan wanted to become the tribe’s chief and he wanted to eliminate everyone who could legally oppose his bid. Bibi Mumtaz said that two days ago ‘MI and ISI officials backed by personnel of the anti-terrorism unit of police, had stormed into her house and taken away her sons along with their licensed weapons.