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SSP Malir Reveal Karachi Police Involvement in Kidnap-for-Ransom Case

SSP: 3 Karachi Police Officers Involved in Kidnapping for Ransom Case.

Talking to the media after the recovery of two hostages in the Shah Latif Town area. According to SSP Malir Hasan Sardar, a sub-inspector (SI), two Karachi police officers and unidentified persons were found involved in the kidnapping-for-ransom incidents.

Four accused have been arrested and raids are on to nab their accomplices. Three cases of kidnapping for ransom have been registered against the accused.

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He said that while the arrested SI Shahid is a member of South Zone Police. According to SSP Sardar, the former Station House Officer (SHO) of Shah Latif Town Police Station has been allegedly suspended, and an investigation has been initiated.

He said that the special team will not do any work in the Malir district in the future. The offender will be severely punished. If a police officer is seen hanging around with criminals, it will be considered a personal act.

A police officer in Karachi was detained in January after being found guilty of kidnapping for ransom.

Sub-inspector Saeed was detained by the Anti-Violent Crime Cell (AVCC) for his role in the kidnapping-for-ransom case.

AVCC said in a statement that 35-year-old Mohsin Amin was abducted from the Garden on December 31.

A day after the abduction, the AVCC said the kidnappers demanded a ransom of Rs 2.5 lakh from the victim’s wife. The police officials further said that the abductors threatened the victim’s family that if their demands were not met, they would kill the child.

After the ransom was paid and the victim returned, the case was transferred to AVCC. Later, the department arrested the accused Sub-Inspector Saeed and recovered the ransom money.

While hostage Mohsin Amin was released safely from the police officer’s custody, the accused officer was sent to District Central. Further, a case has been registered against the accused in custody.

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