Hindu school teacher goes missing in Peshawar

Parents fear their daughter may have been kidnapped.

Muhammad Irfan December 22, 2013
Parents fear their daughter may have been kidnapped. DESIGN: SIDRAH MOIZ KHAN

PESHAWAR: A Hindu school teacher was allegedly kidnapped by unidentified people while on her way back home from school near the Pakistan Radio Colony on Saturday afternoon.

Faqir Chand, the father of the missing 25-year-old woman Sapna Rani, said his daughter is a teacher at the Peshawar Science Academy near Ayub Flour Mill on GT Road.

While talking to The Express Tribune, he said Rani went to school at around 7:45am on Saturday morning and when she did not return till 4:00pm, the family started to worry.

After trying in vain to locate her, Chand’s nephew Suraish Kumar went to the Paharipura Police Station to lodge a missing report after which ASI Sardar Ali Khan registered a case and launched investigations.

Bindya Rani, the kidnapped woman’s grief-stricken mother, said “We don’t have an enmity with anyone,” and pleaded to the government to do everything in its power to find her daughter.


Rohit | 8 years ago | Reply

@AP: India can easily absorb these people. As I said earlier at least their lives will be secure in India.

AP | 8 years ago | Reply

Hindus / Sikhs/ Chistians etc should leave pakistan so that muslims can live in pakistan...Let them kill each other...countries such as India, US etc should help these minorites..

My understanding is that people are already leaving...good for them..

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