Rawalpindi: Kids kidnap, kill school-goer
RAWALPINDI: As reported by the Daily Times on Friday, the Police arrested two alleged kidnappers involved in killing a boy for failure in payment of ransom. Both the alleged killers are teenagers and school going students.
The two alleged kidnappers have been identified as Umer Afzal and Mohsin Ayub, dwellers of the same locality from where 11-year-old Haider Ali was kidnapped.
Umer was doing his O’ levels while Mohsin was studying in Grade 9. They demanded the ransom money worth Rs0.3 million from the parents.
One criminal was desirous to buy bike whereas the second wanted to purchase a Blackberry from the ransom amount.
A week ago, Haider was allegedly kidnapped for ransom from Dhoke Munshi in jurisdictions of Sadiqabad Police Station.
Haider’s poor parents could not pay the ransom amount so the kidnappers injured and threw away the boy in a deserted ground near his home.
When parents found the boy, he was critically injured. The relatives rushed him to Benazir Bhutto Hospital where he succumbed to injuries.
The parents had also blamed that their son died due to doctors’ negligence in part.
On Thursday, the technical team of the police department, headed by SP (Headquarters) Rana Shahid worked on scientific ground to resolve the case and apprehended both the culprits within 24 hours.
CPO handed over the case to them after failure of Sadiqabad Police Station to resolve it.