Naushahro Feroze: Police inspector’s wife forced to sign papers
NAUSHAHRO FEROZE: A police officer’s wife has claimed that some people are trying to grab her property and she was kept in detention for some time during which she was forced to sign some documents. Ms Ameer Bano, 45, was kidnapped from Bhirya city on July 6, and was released on Sunday near Hala.
She recorded her statement before the judicial magistrate of Bhirya city on Monday, she told Dawn. She is wife of a police inspector, Darya Khan Memon, administration Incharge town police officer of Lyari, a resident of Bhirya city.
In her statement before the judicial magistrate she said she had purchased some property from her relatives, but after the deal they were trying to capture the property.
She made several complaints to police but no action was taken against the accused who were issuing death threats to her, the woman told Dawn.
The woman claimed that on July 6, Tahir, Ghalib, Imran, Abdul Aziz, Ghulam Mustafa, Nisar Lakho, Halima, on the instigation of Noor Jahan alias Koonj Bashir and Abdul Jabbar Memon, kidnapped her from her house and imprisoned her in a room.
She claimed that the accused had tried to get her signatures on some papers at gunpoint, but she refused. On Sunday the kidnappers dumped her in a ditch near Hala. She went to the DSP office in Hala where she was told that the area where she was dumped was in the jurisdiction of Bhit Shah police limits and she should go there.
She said she went along with some villagers to Bhit Shah police station where the DSP also came and after recording her statement she was brought to the Bhirya city police station.
She said that the DSP of Tharushah, Inayatullah Veesar, instead of taking action against the accused, advised her not to lodge the FIR against the accused as they were influential people.
Her husband, Darya Khan Memon, told Dawn that when their relatives went to the Bhirya city police station and threatened to hold a protest, then police took his wife’s statement in presence of a judicial magistrate.