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Son of PPP Central Executive Committee Member Kidnapped

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Pakistan, Bajaur News : The 10-year-old son of PPP Central Executive Committee member Syed Akhunzada Chattan was kidnapped early Monday morning by unidentified persons as he was leaving for school in Bajaur tribal region village (Shah Naray Daag), E Pakistan News Reported.

The former MNA from Bajaur Agency told EPakistan that his youngest son,Sayyed Shah Hussain, had stepped out of the house to go to school when some unidentified people whisked him away in a vehicle.

“My children do have security,” he said, “But he got out of the house before his brothers … Our house is on the main road … The guards fired at the kidnappers but they were out of range,” the Pakistan Peoples Party leader said.

Akhundzada Chattan said there had been no contact with the kidnappers as yet.

Ex-president Asif Zardari expresses concern over abduction

Former president and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari has expressed grave concern over the kidnapping of the son of former MNA and PPP Fata president Akhunzada Chattan this morning and called for the quick and secure recovery of the boy.

Condemning the incident, Zardari said he was gravely concerned about the safety of the boy and demanded the Bajaur Agency administration to recover him and bring the culprits to book.

Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has directed the security agencies to take all the necessary steps for the recovery of the kidnapped child. / Hussain Ahmad correspondent to E Pakistan News.

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