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February 9, 2018

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Kidnapped girl’s family protest

LAHORE: The family and relatives of another missing child from Kasur held a protest outside Lahore Press Club on Thursday against the apathy of the government and police in recovery of the child despite the lapse of nearly two years.

Reportedly, an 11-year-old Christian girl, Maryam, went missing while working at a brick kiln in the suburbs of Kasur. She was never recovered despite lodging of an FIR by the family with Sadar police, Tehsil Pattoki, almost two years ago on 24 April 2016. Rani Bibi said they had been working on a brick kiln for many generations and their daughter was allegedly kidnapped by a friend of the owner of the brick kiln, whom they also nominated in the FIR. “There was no one to help us,” Rani said.

She said the police had done nothing to secure her daughter. I am afraid that she might have been killed by now. We wrote an application to Supreme Court of Pakistan. Chief justice marked the inquiry to Sessions Judge Kasur, but unfortunately, not a single culprit was arrested so far. They prayed to the Chief Justice of Pakistan to take notice of the matter and make sure the recuperation of the abducted child.

electricity theft: A team of Electricity, Gas and Oil Anti-Theft Circle of FIA Thursday raided a shop near Lahore Fort and found electricity theft through a bogus meter. Deputy Director Sajjad Mustafa Bajwa said the team on a tip-off raided a shop located near Lahore Fort and found electricity theft through a bogus meter. The team found the cable was also connected to the LT line. He claimed the consumer was stealing electricity with the alleged connivance of LESCO officers. The team registered a case against the accused identified as Fawad Shabbir and LESCO officials but no one could be arrested so far.

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