QUETTA: Bolan Medical Complex’s (BMC) Dr Ghulam Rasool, who was abducted 17 days ago from Brewery Road on Wednesday August 1, has returned home safe and sound, Geo News reported.
According to his elated brother, Dr Ghulam Rasool, turned up on Friday evening, is in good health.
He did not give any further details.
Doctors in government and private hospitals of Quetta were on strike since his disappearance.
The strike was called by the Pakistan Medical Association (PMA), Balochistan chapter and other organizations against the kidnapping of Dr Ghulam Rasool.
Unknown armed men had abducted psychiatrist Dr Ghulam Rasool of BMC hospital from Brewery Road on Wednesday August 1, two days after a kidnapped senior surgeon of the same college Dr Din Mohammad Bangulzai had been released.
Dr Rasool was on his way home after performing his duty at BMC when armed men intercepted and kidnapped him.
The paramedical staff along with doctors boycotted their duties, while patients, especially from far-flung areas are facing severe difficulties after the doctors stopped performing their duties in out patient departments (OPDs).
The Balochistan government had formed a committee for his recovery.