Video message: Gillani's son appeals family to pay Rs 2bn ransom
ISLAMABAD: Ali Haider Gillani, the abducted son of former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gillani, appealed his family to pay ransom of Rs 2 billion to the kidnappers to ensure his release, ARY News reported.
He made this appeal in a video message received to Gillani family today (Friday). Ali Haider Gillani stated in a message that he was under custody of Mujahideen, instead of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan.
The kidnappers have given one-month ultimatum to the Gillani family to pay ransom of Rs 2 billion or face action.
Ali Haider Gillani was kidnapped by gunmen from Multan on May 9, 2013, in a Pakistan People’s Party corner meeting on Multan's Matti-Tal road. Security personnel have so far failed to track whereabouts of the kidnappers.