HYDERABAD: A Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London activist, Nafis Siddiqui, went ‘missing’ while going to his workplace on Wednesday. His wife, Khalida Siddiqui, alleged that he was whisked away by men in civvies. She said her husband worked as the manager of a marriage garden. He is sector in-charge in the MQM-London’s organisational structure, according to her.
A local spokesman for the party quoted her as saying that she made a call to her husband on his mobile phone and someone did attend the call but switched off the phone immediately. Since then he could not be contacted.
She said she approached the B-Section police station to lodge an FIR but was not obliged. Later, she added, she submitted an application with the Hyderabad SSP’s office and then the B-Section police received her application.
In her application, Ms Siddiqui quoted witnesses as telling her that some people riding a black Vigo intercepted the car being driven by her husband near Bhitai Hospital in Latifabad. They manhandled him before taking him and the car away with them, she stated.
The activist had escaped arrest in earlier raids conducted by law enforcers, it was learnt.
Courtesy : Dawn News