Pakistan

Missing Karachi girl files kidnapping case against father, cousin

LAHORE: Dua Zehra, who mysteriously went missing from Karachi over a week ago, has filed a case against her father Mehdi Ali Kazmi and a cousin in a Lahore court, after marrying a man named Zaheer, Geo News reported.

The police, however, have reportedly found the couple in Pakpattan.

In her case, Dua has accused Kazmi of barging into her house in Lahore and trying to kidnap her with the help of her cousin.

“My father wanted to force me to marry my cousin Zainul Abideen. My father and Abideen storm into my house and verbally abused and threatened me and my husband,” Dua said in her complaint.

She said that her neighbours foiled the kidnapping bid.

Dua also said that she has married of her own free will and she is “living a happy life with my husband”.

Maintaining that she wants to stay with her husband, Dua demanded action against Kazmi and Abideen under the code of criminal procedure.

The magistrate’s court took up Dua’s case and summoned her with evidence against her father on May 18.

Moreover, Dua also filed a separate petition against harassment at a district and sessions court.

Moreover, Dua also filed a separate petition against harassment at a district and sessions court.

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