Islamabad: Court orders SHO to submit report on alleged kidnapping of a minor
ISLAMABAD: Additional Sessions Judge Muhammad Tanveer Meer Tuesday ordered Station Head Officer (SHO) Tarnool Police Station to submit report about kidnapping of two years and five months old daughter of a widow allegedly by his ex father-in-law.
The widow filed an application on Tuesday under section 22-A against Tarnool Police Station for not registering First Information Report (FIR). The widow, in her petition said that a few years ago she got married with Salabat, a resident of Jhangi Saeeda but two day before the birth of her daughter on October 19, 2008, her husband died in a road accident. His death was start of miseries as she was chucked out of husband’s house; all the gold ornaments weighting five tola were snatched from her. She lamented that she had been residing with her parents and his brother was bearing all the expenses of the baby.
The widow further said in her application that later she arranged a second marriage but a day before the Nikkah ceremony allegedly her ex father-in-law along with eight persons entered into her father’s house and took away her daughter.
She stated her father in law called her and said that her daughter was kidnapped and if she wanted her back then arrange Rs 0.2m or marry his elder son. (Who is already married). The applicant said she informed Tarnool Police officials about the whole incident but police allegedly started ill will to register FIR against the accuse.
Duty Officer of Tarnool Police Station Kabir told to Daily Times that police station had received an application about the matter of widow but it was a family issue and police had proper way of investigation of such matters so the FIR could not be registered.
She said she that Aresha was ill and she may medically get unsound in alleged illegal confinement of the ex father-in-law. “Under these circumstances it is requested to the competent court to order FIR against the accused persons and removal of her daughter in kidnapper’s custody,” the petitioner said. Later the judge issued orders to SHO Tarnool Police Station to interrogate the matter and submit report in the court on 11th of this month.