CHAGAI: Tribesmen from Nasroi Reki tribe and family members of a man killed by his kidnappers staged a protest sit-in outside the Naag Levies Station in Washuk district on Monday.

Sources said that Abdul Malik was kidnapped from Naag town on Sunday. His bullet-riddled body was found on Monday.

The protesters who carried Abdul Malik’s body chanted slogans, urging the authorities to arrest the killers.

The sources in the local administration said that the vehicle used in the kidnapping of the deceased was recovered, however no arrest was so far made in this regard.

Meanwhile family members of a missing man, Naushad Siapad, alleged that he disappeared after allegedly being arrested by the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) in Kharan on Nov 29.

The mother, sister and few other female family members of Mr Siapad were addressing a press conference at their residence in Jozhan area of Kharan district.

They said Naushad Siapad complained to his family that CTD was chasing him a day earlier. They alleged that Naushad was tortured during his abduction and so far the family did not know about his whereabouts.

“He was the sole breadwinner of our family. He worked with a motorbike mechanic in Kharan. The whole family is suffering mental and financial miseries due to his disappearance.” Mr Siapad’s mother appealed to the prime minister, army chief and chief justice of Pakistan to play their role for recovery of her son.

Published in Dawn, December 7th, 2021

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