Lahore police clueless about four ‘missing’ girls

By: News Desk
Published: 02:19 PM, 3 Aug, 2021
Lahore police clueless about four ‘missing’ girls
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In the latest development in the case of four girls’ alleged abduction, the Lahore police have detained two persons including rickshaw driver Arsalan who dropped the girls near EME Society at the canal, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Police on Tuesday also detained one of the neighbours of the girls named Omar who remained with the missing girls till 11 pm, however, the girls went missing at 12 midnight. The accused claimed he went back home after his mother called him, leaving the four girls in the area of Hanjarwal.

The police were not able to make any headway in tracing the mysteriously missing girls.

An FIR has been lodged on behalf of the father of the two missing girls – Anam and Kaneeza.

Both girls told their family that they were going to visit the Orange Line Metro Train. All four including 10-year-old Anam and 11-year-old Kaneez and their friends Ayesha (14) and Samreen (8) went out but did not return.

As they did not return after a considerable time, their relatives decided to approach the local police for help.

Police have said that they would locate the missing girls as investigation was underway from all the angles.

The police said they have launched a search operation for the missing children.

The capital city police officer also took notice of the incident and sought a report from the officials concerned.

Reporter Fahad Bhatti