Saudi-returned woman gone missing in Sarai Alamgir denies she was kidnapped
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There was drop scene in the case of the disappearance of a family of overseas Pakistanis in Sarai Alamgir, district Gujrat when the woman showed up at a local court on Monday along with her children and said in her statement that she had gone of her own free will, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
Yesterday (January 23, 2022), 24News had reported that Saira Sajjad and her four children, who had returned to Pakistan from Saudi Arabia, had been missing since January 18, prompting head of the family to fly to Pakistan all the way from Saudi Arabia to look for them.
The poor man went to the police station and registered a complaint about his missing family. But after a passage of six days, police could not recover them.
Sajjad said the number of his missing wife was not responding. He said that his family was supposed to fly back to Saudi Arabia on Jan 22.
The names of the children gone missing are: sons Ibrahim (14) and Irham (6); daughters Warda Sajjad (13) and Nirmeen Sajjad (9).
According to reports, the family had gone missing when they went to a market at Sarai Alamgir for shopping.
Reporter: Sagheer Ahmad Rathore