A few days after a girl named Dua Zehra Kazmi was allegedly kidnapped from Karachi, another teenager named Nimra Kazmi went missing in the city’s Saudabad district. It showed up on Sunday.
The case’s first intelligence report (FIR) was filed against unknown suspects in the report of the missing girl’s mother, Nargis Nadeem Syed.
The complainant, a female health care worker, described the incident to the FIR. She said, “When she went to work on April 20, her 15-year-old daughter Nimra Kazumi was at her home in Mali Le Saudabad. She was homeless around 10:30 a.m. when she got home and she was without a daughter. ” he wrote.
According to the complainant, she tried to contact her daughter on two mobile phone numbers but did not receive one. The girl’s mother also asked her neighbors and her relatives, but she said no one knew where she was.
The woman suspects that her daughter has been abducted by an unidentified suspect and has asked the police to pursue her.
The police have registered the FIR under section 365-B of the Pakistani Criminal Code (abduction, kidnapping or inducement of women to force marriage).
The station staff at the police station said that they had received the case from the first day it was reported.