Federal Minister for Interior Sheikh Rashid on Sunday said that Islamabad police have registered an FIR and have collected evidence in the kidnapping and assault case of the daughter of Afghan Envoy Najibullah Alikhel.
While addressing a press conference on Sunday, Rashid said, “CCTV footage obtained by the police show that the woman took two taxis. She left her home on foot and arrived at a market.”
“We also have footage of her getting out of a taxi at a Rawalpindi shopping mall,” he added.
Rasheed said she then took a third taxi to arrive at Daman-e-Koh.
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“The only gap in the investigation that we are facing is that how was she able to arrive at Daman-e-Koh from Rawalpindi,” he added.
The woman first went to the Ali Medical Centre and then the PIMS Hospital, after the assault.
Rashid pointed out that India is playing up the kidnapping of the ambassador’s daughter to malign Pakistan but we will soon present all facts in front of everyone. He said, “We will present the entire, true picture in front of the world.