Demo against kidnapping

Published February 3, 2002

HYDERABAD, Feb 2: A group of newspaper hawkers of Jamshoro staged a protest demonstration outside the Hyderabad Press Club here on Saturday against the kidnapping of a young son of a newspaper hawker, Rustam Bhambro.

Talking to newsmen, Rustam Bhambro said that four days back, his 12-year-old son, Badal, who was selling newspapers at the Jamshoro railway crossing was kidnapped by some persons in a car.

He said that an FIR had been registered at the Jamshoro police station but his son remained untraced.

He suspected that his son had been kidnapped by the instrumentalists of his former wife, Shabana, who was a singer and whom, he had divorced one year back. He appealed to the authorities to recover his son.

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