Multiple Kidnappings Reported in Islamabad and Rawalpindi, including Four Girls

Eight people, including four girls, were kidnapped from different areas of Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

Unknown individuals kidnapped Atiq’s brother in the Bhara Kahu area and Umar’s brother Shahzad in the Lohi Bhir area.

Shamim filed a case at the Koral police station that his son Atif’s wife was kidnapped by Liaqat and Abid, who had previously sent threatening messages to the family and threatened to kidnap the daughter-in-law after the marriage on December 30th.

Unknown armed men also kidnapped a young man named Zakaria from the Air Force Colony area of the Koral police station.

Sadiqabad Police Station received a report that Adil Shaukat was kidnapped by unknown individuals.

Aurangzeb reported to the Sadar Biruni Police Station that his 21-year-old daughter was kidnapped by Umair Ahmed, Muhammad Shafiq, Ahmad Ali, and Javed Akhtar.

Javed Iqbal reported to the Chontra police station that his 17-year-old daughter was kidnapped, and Rukhsana Bibi reported to the Sadar Biruni Police Station that her 22-year-old daughter was kidnapped by unknown individuals.

 

Student Found Dead in Lahore, Cause of Death Under Investigation

The police in Guldasht Town Chowki, Lahore are investigating the mysterious death of a matriculation student named Manu Irshad. According to the police, the death is suspicious as the girl had rope marks on her neck, indicating that she may have committed suicide or been killed by someone who put a noose around her neck.

However, the girl’s relatives claim that she died of fever, while people in the neighborhood suggest that she may have committed suicide. The police have taken the body into custody and sent it for a post-mortem examination to determine the cause of death.

Punjab Nurses Association President Demands Security for Nurses in Government Hospitals

The Provincial President of the Punjab Nurses Association in Multan, Muhammad Sajid Mumtaz, has called for the provision of security for nurses in government hospitals.

He warns that if perpetrators of violence are not held accountable, nurses may choose to stop their services.

 

Legal Notice Sent Over Hidden Cameras in Beauty Parlor

Advocate Farrukh, through his lawyer Munir Gulal, sent a legal notice to Assistant Commissioner Ferozeabad regarding the revelation of hidden cameras being installed in the changing room of a beauty parlor.

The notice states that on December 11, 2022, Farrukh’s wife discovered the cameras while visiting the parlor and raised a noise. The couple reported the incident and the parlor was sealed, but the evidence was destroyed when the parlor was unsealed. The notice also states that the assistant commissioner is responsible for erasing the evidence.

 

 

 

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