Karachi’s recovered schoolgirls narrate different stories to police
KARACHI: The three schoolgirls who went missing from Saudabad area and later recovered from Liaquatabad area of Karachi narrated different stories to police on Monday, ARY News reported.
The girls have adopted the stance that they fled from their houses after getting annoyed of domestic issues and bad treatment of their parents.
The girls of ninth grade went missing on October 14 after their mothers left them at the gateway of their school.
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One of the girls said her father had married a second time and her mother wanted to send her to his house.
During a press briefing today, DIG CIA Dr Jamil Ahmed said the girls were recovered from Liaquatabad area on indication of an arrested boy, Ijaz. The girls were found at the house of a boy named Danish, he said.
He said the girls were recovered in a joint raid by Citizens Police Liaison Committee and Anti-Violent Crime Cell of police.
“Ijaz was discovered through locator. While raids are being conducted to arrest Danish,” he said.