KARACHI: The Karachi police department found no clues of a 13-year-old teenager who was kidnapped from Phase 6 of the Defense Housing Authority (DHA) last night, ARY News reported Tuesday.
The relatives of the kidnapped girl complained of not receiving a response from the police department after 16 hours had passed despite the record of a case in the incident.
The girl’s mother told the media that police officers have not contacted the family despite the case being recorded against the kidnapping of her 13-year-old daughter Saima. The mother said she is a maid of a bungalow and that she went there with her daughter in phase 6 of DHA. He added that Saima had been kidnapped by a group of men when he left the house for littering.
Family members said the men arrived in a car and motorcycle to kidnap Saima. They added that the family faced difficulties in presenting a case at the Darakhshan police station. The family called on the police authorities to immediately recover their daughter.
Read: 20-year-old girl kidnapped outside her residence at DHA
Earlier, on December 1, a 20-year-old student, Dua Mangi, had been kidnapped near a restaurant in the Defense Housing Authority (DHA) of the Bukhari shopping area in Karachi.
The kidnappers also shot and wounded their friend Haris Fatah when she presented resistance in the jurisdiction of the Darakshan police station.
Ms. Mangi and her friend, Haris, were walking along the road in the Bukhari shopping area of DHA when unidentified armed men in a car intercepted them and took the girl after shooting and injuring her friend.
A week after being kidnapped in the exclusive Karachi neighborhood at gunpoint, student Dua Mangi, 20, had returned home safely. However, his family members refused to reveal more details about how he returned home.