Hyderabad: Kidnapped doctor, son return home
HYDERABAD: A doctor and his son, who were kidnapped on July 25, have reached home on Friday, according to his colleagues and police. Dr Rafiq Memon of Hyderabad police hospital and his son Shafiq Memon were kidnapped from the Bhit Shah area. Later their car was found abandoned in the jurisdiction of Hatri police station, Hyderabad. “He has reached home and I have spoken to him briefly because he was tired,” said Dr Ziauddin Anwar Memon, Medical Superintendent of the hospital. He said he could not obtain details of his return.
A police source said that Dr Memon and his son have reached home but he would not say whether they had paid ransom for their release. He said that it was really amazing that they were backing home all of a sudden. He said that police were working for their recovery and got some clues but recovery could not be made.
Another police source, who went to Karachi in connection with the kidnapping case, said that he didn’t get any fruitful information so he and other team members returned.
Dr. Memon lives in an apartment near Wahdat Colony, Hyderabad. He had gone to his agriculture land in Hala and was returning to Hyderabad when he was kidnapped.