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SHC chief justice son still missing, Rs10m reward announced for recovery

Ovais Ali

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah has announced a reward money of Rs10 million for assistance leading to the recovery of Advocate Owais Shah, son of the Chief Justice Sindh High Court (SHC) as the law enforcement agencies (LEAs) look for more credible information in the case on Thursday.

Pakistan Rangers has already announced a Rs2.5 million reward on Tuesday requesting people to help solve the case.

Meanwhile, police have registered a case on Wednesday against unknown suspects for kidnapping Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah’s son.

It is important to mention here that people or possible motives or whereabouts behind the kidnapping Owais Shah abduction are still not known.


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Besides the assassination of the famed qawwal Amjad Sabri on Wednesday, the probe into Owais Shah’s abduction case remained the focus of Karachi security apparatus.

Police and LEAs conducted door-to-door search operations in Dadu and Jamshoro districts of Sindh on Wednesday.

Meanwhile as the search for the possibly abducted Advocate Owais Shah enters its fourth day, the Director General Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar has assured Chief Justice Sindh High Court of an early recovery of his son.


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Earlier on Wednesday while expanding the core of investigation and anticipating a breakthrough in the case, official sources investigating the case also decided to question under-trial militants in prison.

Advocate Owais Shah has been missing from near a superstore in Clifton since June 20 (Monday) when four masked gunmen got down from their vehicle bearing a police registration number plate and intercepted him and whisked him away.

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