PML-N MPA Rana Jameel Hasan kidnapped in Punjab

He was kidnapped from near Pindi Bhattian, sources say kidnappers have demanded Rs50m from his wife.


Web Desk May 31, 2014
PML-N MPA Rana Jameel Hasan. PHOTO: WWW.PAP.GOV.PK

NANKANA SAHIB: Unidentified men kidnapped Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) MPA Rana Jameel Hasan from near Pindi Bhattian in Punjab, Express News reported on Saturday.

The MPA had gone there to attend a funeral and he was kidnapped along with his wife, who was later dropped off at a petrol pump, at gunpoint. The kidnapping took place on Friday around 10:30pm.

According to sources, the kidnappers have demanded Rs50 million from the MPA's wife.

Hasan was the PML-N candidate, from PP-174, Nankana who won his seat during the May 11 general elections last year.

He had received 27,390 votes beating independent candidate Agha Ali Haider who polled 19,099 votes.

Locals of the area are protesting against the kidnapping and have set tyres on fire. The police are looking for the kidnappers and further investigations are underway.

COMMENTS (16)

Malik Azam | 7 years ago | Reply

Rana Jameel Hassan khan is real a good good khan he was a saint and a pious man becoz he always helped widow's poor students poor people of all area he always helps on the marriage of poor daughter's he never show his realty he was always remain simple and honest he working same routeen and he has no matter of losing or wining in front of him becoz he is a great man and have a great personalty i never met him but i heard a lot of people about him that he is like an angel of al over the helples people,

and plz inform me soon he free from kidnaper im praying for his best health and for his freedom Regard. A poor student Malik Azam

Umer | 7 years ago | Reply

Well no worries, PMLN should talk with abductors and should not take any action as per its policy.

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