Hindu among five abducted in Pakistan

February 15th, 2011 - 12:58 pm ICT by IANS  

Islamabad, Feb 15 (IANS) A Hindu driver and four officials have gone missing and are feared to have been kidnapped in Pakistan’s Sindh province, a media report said Tuesday.Driver Himmat Lal and four officials of the Sindh Seed Corporation were abducted from the national highway near Qazi Ahmed Sunday evening.

The corporation’s director Agha Shahid, deputy directors Abdul Rahim Memon and Mohammad Sharif Khushk and assistant director Sadiq Memon left for Hyderabad in a car driven by Himmat Lal, but they did not reach Hyderabad till late night.

Shahid’s friend Mazhar Kalhoro told Dawn that one hour after they left, they could not be contacted as their mobile phones were switched off.

Farooq Ahmed Jamali, a police officer, said the car of the missing people was found abandoned near Thari Mirwah in Khairpur district.

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