Islamabad: PIMS physician’s son kidnapped
ISLAMABAD: The young son of the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) physician, Dr. Haider Sherazi, was kidnapped on Monday night when he was coming back home in Sector E-11 from the Khudadad Heights, police sources said. The car of the abducted youngster was found parked along a road in Sector G-11. The Ramna Police said that the young son of Dr. Haider Sherazi, an associate professor of Paediatric Medicine, went to see his friend in an apartment of the Khudadad Heights in Sector E-11 on Monday night, but didn’t come back till Tuesday morning. They said that when the family of the kidnapped youngster contacted his friend, he expressed his ignorance about his whereabouts.
However, his car was found parked along a road in Sector G-11. Inspector General of Police (Islamabad) Bani-Amin Khan, when contacted by this correspondent, said that the kidnapped son of Dr. Haider Sherazi would be recovered soon as police were trying to make headway to the captors.
The Ramna Police have taken up the case and started investigation.
Meanwhile, a trader of Rawalpindi received a threat call, reportedly from a terrorist outfit; to pay the ransom amount of Rs20 million in advance otherwise his son would be kidnapped. Naveed Ahmad, a resident of Mohallah Chaudhry Feroze Din, lodged a complaint with the Waris Khan Police, saying that he received a threat call on October 13 and the caller demanded Rs20 million as ransom for not kidnapping his son. The Waris Khan Police have registered an FIR (No. 813) and started investigation.