Zardari’s daughters slam PML-N over missing children issue


Staff Reporter

Karachi—Aseefa and Bakhtawar, daughters of former President Asif Ali Zardari, criticized ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) for failing to initiate inquiry into in the incidents of disappearance and kidnapping of children in Punjab.
“For people who don’t know.+900 children abducted sold or harvested for organs. Yet the state has done NOTHING no effort made to get them back!,” Aseefa wrote on her Twitter account.
Adding to Aseefa’s Tweet, her daughter Bakhtawar said: “#NakaamLeague at least pretend to care?! What does an enquiry take – how many more children? #BringOurChildrenBack”.
A wave of anxiety has gripped the region following kidnapping of 600 children from Lahore and other parts of Punjab within a short span of time. However, Punjab police has said that most of these children fled from domestic violence.
According to a report submitted to Supreme Court by Punjab police last month, 766 children were kidnapped in Punjab in the past seven months, of whom 715 have been found.
Police is working on complaints related to sale of organs of kidnapped children in Gujrat and surrounding areas, the report stated.

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