Pakistan: No action taken against cops allegedly involved in kidnap case
Islamabad: Bahawalnagar police in Pakistan are not taking action against four officials who are allegedly involved in a kidnap-for-ransom case of two citizens, media reports said.
The allegations have been made in a report sent by the Pakpattan DPO to the police chief of Bahawalnagar around two months ago, reports Dawn News.
Assistant Sub-Inspector Mansab Ali of the Rang Shah Police Station, the investigating officer (IO) in the kidnapping case, told Dawn that four police officials, Sub-Inspector Jawad Ajmal and constables Muzaffar, Aqib and Sajid of B-Division Police Bahawalnagar, had allegedly kidnapped Manzoor and Khursheed on Feb 5.
The family registered a kidnap case against them.
Later, the officials demanded ransom from the family of victims, reports Dawn News.
Manzoor told the newspaper the Rang Shah police of Pakpattan rescued them from B-Division police Bahawalnagar after a 15 hours effort.