Islamabad: Arrest warrant issued for man in son’s abduction case
ISLAMABAD: Civil and Guardian Judge Muhammad Sajjad Abbasi on Tuesday issued a non-bailable arrest warrant against a man who is allegedly involved in kidnapping of his four-year-old son Muhammad Aziz.
The judge ordered the Civil Lines Police Station SHO to arrest Muhammad Ahmed Chaudhry and produce him in the court till January 20. The Civil Lines Police Station had registered a case under Section 265-A against Muhammad Ahmed Chaudhry who allegedly kidnapped his real son Muhammad Aziz on January 2. But still police could not arrest him, while the concerned court had already given decision in favour of the mother of the child, Sumbal Butt.
The court ordered police time and again to recover Muhammad Aziz from his father’s illegal custody but they failed to do so. He is underground along with the boy for more than one year.
According to the Civil Lines Police Station, applicant Sumbal Butt had registered a case against her husband Muhammad Ahmed Chaudhry for allegedly kidnapped his real son Muhammad Aziz one year ago. “We are continuously raiding different points for the arrest of the man and recovery of the boy,” police said. Civil Lines Police Station SHO Raja Musaddaq Hussain said that they are fully cooperating with the applicant, Sumbal Butt, because her son is a minor. “We will arrest Muhammad Ahmed Chaudhry and recover Muhammad Aziz soon,” he said.
Advocate Zahid Anwar said that Sumbal Butt is weeping for her son for more than one year while the court had already decided the case in her favour. “My client could not hear even the voice of her son for more than one year. Her son was snatched when he was an infant,” he said.
Sumbal Butt told ‘The News’ that her husband snatched her son on December 13, 2010, when he was an infant and he could not take any other food. On February 11, 2011, I had filed a case in the court against my husband for kidnapping the child. The court decided the case in my favour and ordered police to get custody of the child and arrest the culprit. But police did not do anything, she said.
She appreciated the role of the court and said that our judicial system is good but the process of implementation is weak. “My husband has probably killed my son therefore he is not appearing before the court and police,” she alleged.