Toddler kidnapped in Rawalpindi
RAWALPINDI: An eight-month old boy was kidnapped outside his house in Waris Khan by a woman posing as nurse on Sunday night, police and parents said. The woman had been visiting the street where Fahad Butt lived with his parents for the last four days, police said.
Aftab Kaleem, father of the kidnapped boy, said on Sunday night the woman again came to the street as a young girl from the neighbourhood was playing with Fahad in the street.
He told the police that the woman gave few rupees to the girl to buy sweets. As the girl went to buy sweets, the woman kept Fahad with her. Afterwards she disappeared along with the boy.
He said the woman aged between 22 and 25 years had been visiting his street for the last four days, especially at noon when the male members of the household are not at home.
She had developed friendship with women of the street, telling them she was working as nurse in a hospital in Karachi.
According to the boy`s father, she also claimed that she had been transferred to a Rawalpindi hospital recently and was looking a room on rent.
Father of two sons, a sobbing Kaleem said: “I have lost a pretty son.” He complained that that the police have not been cooperating with him in recoverig his son as he was a poor ordinary man.
Kaleem added that if an influential person`s son had been kidnapped, police would have moved quickly to recover him.
“Since my son had been abducted, his mother has not eaten anything,” he said. While quoting one of the neighbours, Kaleem said he had seen the woman on the footpath along Rawal Road.