NAWABSHAH, Feb 17: Nine people have been booked for kidnapping women and children in two separate cases.

Mohammed Rafiq Bhatti, resident of Taj Colony, Nawabshah, lodged an FIR at A- section police station, stating that some guests namely Mohammad Ali Bhatti, Mushtaq, Ghaffar, Ilyas and two unknown visited his house on January 3.

He further stated that the guests kidnapped his wife Sakina and his two children – Adam, 4, and Sajid, 3,.

In another FIR lodged at Sakrand police station, Mohammed Hussain Hoath, stated that three accused Amanullah Hoath, Mumtaz and Ghulam Nabi kidnapped his daughter Fehmida, 14, on gunpoint from his house.

The cases were registered on directives of concerned courts.

ACCIDENT: One person was killed and three children received injuries in two traffic accidents in the district on Monday. Mohammad Hayat Magsi died on the spot when his car collided with a donkey cart at Buchheri road.

In another accident three children namely Shazia, Khalid and Awais received injuries when a speedy pick up hit their cycle at Cheezalabad stop. All of the injured were take to a nearby hospital.

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