(City News) – A 12-year-old understudy, who was hijacked a couple of days back, figured out how to get away from his abductors in Rawalpindi while stuck in an automobile overload.
Describing his torment after the escape, Abdul Basit Shah joined by his family at the Muzaffarabad Press Club, told the media that he was en route home a week ago when a man riding in an auto asked for him to help push it at Neelum Bridge. At the same time, another man pushed him inside the vehicle and the kid went oblivious.
“When I recovered my faculties I ended up in an auto stuck in movement,” Basit said. After that he figured out how to escape the abductors exploiting the congested driving conditions out and about.
Once at a sheltered separation from the abductors, Basit said he came to realize that he was in Rawalpindi. It was the point at which he saw staff of Motorways Police whom he asked for to offer assistance. The motorway police broke the news to his folks rejoining him with his family much to their celebration.
Conversing with the media at the press club, the kid’s folks and family requested that the administration and police actualize strict checking measures on Azad Jammu and Kashmir’s passage and also leave indicates all together stop development of criminal exercises crosswise over outskirt.
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