Nowgam man rescued from abductors Police
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, May 5: Police Saturday claimed to have rescued a City man who was allegedly abducted four days back.
“Police station Khanyaar yesterday received a complaint that Zahoor Ahmad Mir son of Ghulam Muhammad of Nowgam Bypass was kidnapped by some unknown persons near Baba Dharm Das Temple Bishember Nagar on May 2 and since then he was missing,” SP north City Tahir Salim Khan said.
On May 4, his family received phone call from the abductors who demanded ransom of Rs 18.40 lakhs.
During investigation, it surfaced that the missing person was somewhere in Nadimarg Kulgam area of south Kashmir.
Further analysis of the phone calls led police team to the house of Abdul Hamid of Nadimarg Hanjipora were the abducted person was kept in confinement for three days, the SP said.
On questioning of the suspect house owner at Nadimarg, police said it got clue about the abducted man. He was finally rescued from Awantipora-Pulwama road from a Sumo 6614/JK03B.
“Two kidnappers namely Fayaz Ahmad and Muzaffer Ahmad were waiting there for receiving ransom when we caught them,” Tahir said.
“All the three kidnapers have been arrested and the vehicle used in the commission of crime seized. During further questioning it surfaced that the victim has taken an amount of Rs four lakhs from one of the conspirators Ghulam Hassan for some work and was not returning the amount to him. He plotted kidnapping and was demanding Rs 18,40,000,” the SP told Greater Kashmir.
Lastupdate on : Sat, 5 May 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 5 May 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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