Three doctors kidnapped in Balochistan

Published June 13, 2013
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QUETTA: Five people, including three doctors, went missing while travelling from Balochistan's Loralai district towards the region of Zhob.

Sources in Levies force told Dawn.com that Dr Muhammad Anwar, Dr Ayaz, Dr Nasrullah, their clerk Muhammad Farooq and driver Muhammad Anwar went missing on Wednesday.

Family members of the missing doctors have approached Levies authorities in Loralai and Zhob and lodged a first information report.

Levies sources said family members of the kidnapped men submitted a written application that they had lost contact with all five on Wednesday.

"We do not know about the whereabouts of our relatives since yesterday,” a Levies official quoting the missing men’s family members told Dawn.com.

He said three doctors along with a clerk of Civil Hospital Loralai and a driver were travelling to Zhob to attend the funeral of a senior surgeon when they went missing.

Levies and police authorities started efforts to ensure the safe recovery of the missing men.

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