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Two Siblings Anabiya and Ayaan Enrolled in Ziauddin School

Ayaan and Anabiya, who went missing from Karachi, enrolled in School.

Ayaan and Anabiya, two siblings found missing in Karachi’s North Nazimabad district, have enrolled at Ziauddin School.

Since the corona pandemic broke out, Ayaan and Anabiya had not attended school. Both children could only complete the first and second grades.

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Ayaan and Anabiya left their house in North Na­zimabad because of their aunt’s “inappropriate” behavior. Dr. Asim Hussain, Chairman of Dr. Ziauddin Hospital and a major politician of the Pakistan People’s Party, enrolled the twins in Karachi’s Ziauddin School.

The Ziauddin Trust will cover Ayaan and Anabiya’s educational expenses, and both children will receive a free education from elementary school to graduation, per Dr. Asim Hussain’s orders.

Last Tuesday, about 11:50 p.m., Ayaan, 11, and Anabiya, 12, left their house to get a burger in North Nazimabad Block H and did not return.

According to the senior superintendent of police (SSP) for the central district, the incident is being probed from a variety of angles using CCTV footage.

According to the authorities, a missing children case has been filed at the North Nazimabad police station against unnamed individuals.

Later, the mother stated in her social media statement from Dubai. “Shukar Alhamdulillah both the kids are recovered,” .

The mother went on to say, “Those who took them dropped them off at Hyderi.”

The children claimed in their initial statement that their “aunty and maternal grandmother used to torture them.” Ayaan and Anabiya claimed they spent the night at the home of an uncle and aunty who discovered them on the street on Tuesday night.

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