Karachi: Sharmila, Nadia order police action against kidnappers
KARACHI: Adviser to Sindh Chief Minister Sharmila Farooqi has taken notice of the kidnapping of a girl, Kajal, from Bakhshapur, Kashmore, and another 12-year-old girl Faiza from Saddar police limits, Karachi.
In view of reports on a local TV channel about the two kidnapping incidents, Farooqi directed the relevant DPOs and TPOs to present detailed reports about the incidents to her and ensure arrest of the culprits with immediate effect. She said the kidnapping incidents of children and torture on them were defaming the country on international level.
“Children are the precious asset of the country because they are the next generation in that will run the reigns of the country in the future,” Farooqi said.
Children are the future of the country, so the parents, along with the society, also need to protect and provide them a healthy atmosphere. The government is taking effective steps to provide a better future to people, especially children. Various projects in this connection are underway across the province, which would ensure solution to their problems.
Meanwhile, Sindh Human Rights Minister Nadia Gabol also took notice of Faiza and sought a report from the relevant DIG in this regard. Gabol directed the relevant authorities to ensure recovery of the abducted girl with immediate effect and award severe punishment to the accused.
Not being able to recover the girl despite passage of 20 days had raised a question mark on the performance of the Karachi police, Gabol said.
She assured the girl’s father that the Human Rights Department would provide help without any discrimination for recovering her. She asked the Sindh IGP to probe the incident and mete out severe punishment to the accused.