Karachi police have claimed that two suspects involved in the kidnapping of two girls were arrested from Defense last year.
Karachi Police Chief Additional IG Ghulam Nabi Memon said during a press conference in his office that police have arrested two alleged kidnappers, identified as Muzaffar and Zohaib, and recovered arms from their possession. ۔
It is to be noted that in the last year of May and November the girls were abducted in Defense, after which the citizens expressed great anger.
According to the report, the two accused have a criminal record and are involved in snatching vehicles in the city while a police officer was involved in activities that were dismissed from the department.
Additional IG Ghulam Nabi Memon said that the kidnappers had rented a flat in Clifton Block 2 a year ago where both abducted girls were kept.
He said 5 accused were involved in both incidents and three of them were still absconding, but police have suggested to the Sindh government that a reward of Rs 50 lakh should be fixed for the arrest of the accused.
The Karachi Police Chief made it clear that law enforcement agencies will provide full security to both girls.
Talking to the CIA, DIG Arif Hanif said that the main character of these kidnapping operations was a former police officer, Aga Mansoor.
Referring to the former police officer, he said they were 'big criminals' involved in other kidnapping cases in the city.
DIG Arif Hanif said that with the help of advanced technology and witness statements, the two accused were successful in arresting them.
Anti Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) sources said that Aga Mansoor was an assistant sub-inspector in the cell and he was dismissed from police service 10 to 12 years ago.
He said he originally belonged to Shikarpur and was involved in other criminal activities, including kidnapping for ransom, in Sindh and other parts of Sindh.