Kayani extension case: Petitioner escapes alleged abduction

Alleged abductors manhandled Advocate Col (retd) Inamur Rahim, who filed plea against Kayani's extention.


Our Correspondent November 15, 2012

RAWALPINDI: Advocate Col (retd) Inamur Rahim, who filed a petition against the extension in the tenure of Chief of the Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani before the Islamabad High Court, allegedly escaped an abduction attempt by unidentified people near the Services Hospital in Rawalpindi.

According to Advocate Rahim, he returned to Rawalpindi by bus from his native town of Sargodha and was on his way from the bus terminal in the precincts of RA Bazaar police to his residence when unidentified people in a car intercepted the taxi he was travelling in.

He added that two more cars arrived at the scene and surrounded the taxi. He alleged that they tried to whisk him away, but he put up resistance. Some passers-by subsequently gathered at the scene. The alleged abductors manhandled him before escaping.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 15th, 2012.

COMMENTS (16)

Amir | 8 years ago | Reply

Another drama to malign ISI and Army

Shahzad | 8 years ago | Reply

@Nadir: Colonels do generals don't , some judges do but the Chief Justice doesn't . The difference is that in countries like uk everyone uses public transport including generals and judges. That is egalitarian which is based on the principle of rule of law, absence of VIP culture and I beleive also the cornerstone of Islam, and not the piety and judgement variety peddled in Pakistan. Problem starts when national security and personal security is used to condone departure from rule of law.

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