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Lahore

September 10, 2016

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Woman yet to see newborn despite ransom

LAHORE

An ill-fated mother could not see her newborn boy since his birth despite paying Rs1.3 million in installments to kidnappers.

As per complainant Ghazanfar Abbas, he worked in Malaysia. His wife Shazia suffering from labour pains went to a private clinic in Rehmanpura in a rickshaw along with her daughter on February 2, 2015.

The accused identified as Abdul Khaliq, Mohammad Arif and a woman were already present there. Shazia was admitted and she gave birth to a baby boy. The accused persons approached her and told that her baby was very weak and took away the infant on the pretext of his medical examination.

Later, the kidnappers demanded Rs500,000 ransom from the aggrieved family for the safe return of the baby. The family paid the ransom money but the kidnappers did not honour their promise and kept the baby in their custody.

Ghazanfar further told the police that he had paid total ransom of Rs1.3 million in installments until now but his baby was not handed over to him.

Wahdat Colony police have registered a case against the kidnappers on the complaint of Ghazanfar Abbas.

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