Couple identifies son among teenage ‘outlaws'

HAFIZABAD - A local couple has identified one of the 11 teenagers, allegedly used to plant bombs and arrested by Quetta Police, to be their long missing son. The youth identified as Abu Bakr, son Nazir Ahmad, a retired armyman and resident of village Sagar Kalan.
After watching the footage on private channels and pictures published in different newspapers Nazir Ahmad, his wife Bashiran Bibi and son Naseem Ullah identified Abu Bakr who at the age of seven years, was abducted by unknown kidnapers on June 24, 2004 and subsequently a kidnapping case was registered against unknown accused.
Nazir Ahmad and his son Naseem Ullah said that they went from pillar to post to trace Abu Bakr but to no avail. Nazir Ahmad and his some relations have left for Quetta to identify Abu Bakr and get his release.
Bike stolen: A citizens was deprived of his bike from outside his house in Sultanpura area.
According to Tahir Mehmood, son of Bashir Ahmad, he parked his bike HZK-5900 outside his residence and when he came outside, found his bike missing.

ePaper - Nawaiwaqt