SWABI, Oct 26: Neurosurgeon Dr Abdul Aziz was kidnapped by unidentified kidnappers along with his car on the way home in Abbottabad from Adina village, police said here on Friday.

Dr Aziz, who is son of former principal of Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad Abdur Rehman, is currently teaching at the college.

Police sources said the kidnapping occurred in the jurisdiction of Kalu Khan police station. However, Kalu Khan police denied the neurosurgeon was kidnapped in the areas under their jurisdiction. Police sources said they didn’t exactly know the area, where the kidnapping occurred.

They said the kidnapped neurosurgeon had a clinic in his native village, Adina, and he went there daily after attending duty at Ayub Medical College in Abbottabad and returned in the evening.

Police sources said when he left his clinic on Thursday, he didn’t reach home and was abducted by unidentified people along with his car.

They said despite efforts by his family and police, his whereabouts had not yet been known and that adductors hadn’t yet contacted his family for ransom. Majority of the officers said he was adducted from the district areas.

Police said an FIR had yet not been lodged with the Kalu Khan police station by his family.

Meanwhile, a worker in Gadoon Amazai Industrial Estate was killed by unidentified motorcyclists when he was on his way home after performing his duty at night.

Police said Saeed Murad Shah was chased by unidentified motorcyclists, who later opened fire on him. They said as result, he was killed on the spot, while motorcyclists fled after the incident.

Saeed’s family registered an FIR against unidentified people.

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