Arrest of abductors, security demanded
Posted on 11 months ago
TIMERGARA: A Pakistan origin Canadian, Fahim ud Din s/o Noor Muhammad has demanded of the government and Malakand Agency administration to arrest his abductors and provide security to him. Talking to local journalists at the Chakdara press club he said that returned to his home village Naway Kalay Asbanr from Canada two months ago.
He said that he was kidnapped by some people on gun point when he was travelling in his car at Garhi Pul Batkhela.
"I was taken to Dargai after I went unconscious as the kidnappers made me smell a piece of cloth," he said, adding that he was kept in chains there for 11 days during which the gang including women demanded from his family Rs 10 million as ransom.
He said he was released and thrown at Sakhakot Malakand Agency the other day after paying Rs 9, 65,000 to the kidnappers.
He said that the place wherein he was enchained situated near to the main Malakand Mardan GT road as he heard loud callings of nearby roadside hotels.
He said that 4 accused including a women identified as Nizakat of Sia Warghr Dir Lower, Muhammad Nawab of Sakhakot, Parvez and Ajab Khan of Khar Batkhela had been arrested on his report but other accused Asad, Asim and Shah Wazir had gone underground who had been pressurizing him for withdrawal of the case against them.
"I am being threatening by these people," he said and demanded of the government to provide him security.
Department of Management Studies arranged a two days entrepreneurship exhibition at the University of Malakand (UoM).
The Vice Cancelllor Prof.Dr. Muhammad Rasul Jan inaugurated the exhibition and visited the stalls along with the chairman department of management studies Dr. Shafique Rahman.
The chief organizer of the exhibition Mr. Muhammad Usman briefed the vice chancellor about the objectives of the 3rdentrepreneurship exhibition.
In this activity opportunity was provided to the students to exhibit their creativity and innovations.
They sold different value added products within the university premises for two days.
The event aimed to encourage students to start their own businesses.
In order to promote a healthy competition among different groups participating in this activity, cash prizes were awarded to the top three position holders, i-e, for 1st position Rs. 10,000, for 2nd position Rs. 7000 and for 3rd position Rs. 5000.
Dr. Zahoor Ul Haq Dean faculty of arts, Abdul Wali Khan University and Dr. Gohar Saeed Director Training, Pakistan Academy for Rural Development graced the prize distribution ceremony with their presence.
This activity was sponsored by Centre of Excellence for Rural Development (CERD).
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