KARACHI: The kidnapped son of Sindh High Court (SHC) Chief Justice could not be recovered on Thursday more than 72 hours after his kidnapping.
The case in this regard has been registered. The lawyers’ community of Karachi staged a strong protest against the kidnapping and non-recovery of Owais Ali Shah.
Meanwhile, Inspector General of Police (IGP), Sindh, Allah Dino Khawaja, has said that no phone call or message had been received from the kidnappers regarding the abduction of Owais Ali Shah. He said he had asked for help from intelligence agencies to track down Owais Shah.
“The kidnapping of Owais Ali Shah is a high-profile case. We have sought the help of intelligence agencies,” Khawaja said while addressing a ceremony in Karachi.He said that no telephonic call or any demand had yet been made by the kidnappers.
On June 20, SHC CJ’s son Awais Ali Shah went missing from Clifton shopping mall while his mobile phone had been switched off since the afternoon.