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Dua Mangi father demands money from Sindh government which he paid as ransom

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

19th Dec, 2019. 10:35 am
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Dua Mangi kidnapping

Father of abducted Dua Mangi demanded money from Sindh government against the ransom amount he has given for the release of her daughter.

According to a family source, Dua Mangi’s remaining studies were to take place in the United States and all the money has been paid to the kidnappers against the ransom amount.

Dua’s father has demanded all the money from the Sindh government so that she can go to America to complete her remaining education, sources said.

According to family sources, Dua Mangi’s father kept the actual amount paid as the ransom and other matters secret.

Earlier on November 30, Dua Nisar Mangi kidnapped by four armed men from Bukhari Commercial Area in Phase 6 of Karachi’s Defence Housing Authority (DHA).

Her friend, Haris Fateh Soomro, who shot in the neck, sustained wounds in chest, still in critical condition.

Dua’s worried family and friends accompanied enraged protesters and activists to stage a sit-in at the busy Clifton junction.

They had chanted against slow progress in the case and stressed on the lax security for women in the country.

Dua Mangi also gave her statement to the investigation team after she reached home safely.

Dua Mangi Statement

The kidnapped girl Dua said that she’s walking with her friend Haris outside a tea hotel.

The two people grabbed her and put her in car.

She said that she heard loud noises and then heard shots getting fires.

Dua said that the kidnappers blindfolded her.

Dua Mangi disclosed that kidnappers changed cars three times and she couldn’t tell how much time had passed.

In her statement, Dua said that she wasn’t able to recognize her kidnappers’ voice.

According to police sources, Dua Mangi’s family had paid Rs1.5 million to Rs2 million ransom amount for her release.

The Police claimed during investigations family didn’t cooperate, directly negotiated with criminals on their own without involving police.

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