KARACHI: Another incident of short-term kidnapping by police officials in plain clothes emerged in Karachi as a citizen was abducted and released by security officials after snatching his documents and other valuables, ARY News reported.
A citizen, Abdul Aziz, who had arrived from Dubai was allegedly kidnapped and tortured by plainclothes cops in the metropolis. However, he was later released by the officials after keeping his important documents, cash and valuable mobile phone.
A citizen, Abdul Aziz, revealed that he was allegedly kidnapped from Malir by plainclothes cops and illegally kept into custody for three days near Quaidabad.
He detailed that a police official, Allah Daad, from Quaidabad police check post and his close friend Tahir were allegedly involved in the crime.
“I was being tortured for three days, whereas, they also demanded Rs100,000 ransom from my mother through telephone call.”
“The officials are now demanding Rs300,000 for returning my passport and other valuables,” Aziz said.
The citizen alleged that the policemen and his brother were in full nexus for his abduction.
Aziz demanded Inspector General Police (IGP) Sindh to provide him with justice and retrieval of his assets.
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