Abducted PTCL Employees Recovered from Zhob Baluchistan
Zhob – Balochistan (Wednesday, February 18th, 2015) – In a search operation carried out by Frontier Constabulary (FC) and law enforcement agencies in district Zhob, has recovered four abducted PTCL employees. Total 6 workers of Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) were abducted few days ago. Still two PTCL employees are under the control of kidnappers. They were abducted from Murgha Qabzai area. Search Operation still continue.
While Bodies of a polio worker, his driver and two Balochistan Levies constables kidnapped four days ago in Zhob district has been found.
Daily Express Tribune News report
Five out of six PTCL employees recovered from Balochistan
Quetta (Daily Express Tribune / Wed, Feb 18, 2015) – Five employees of the Pakistan Telecommunication Limited (PTCL) who were kidnapped on February 6 have been recovered after an exchange of fire between security forces and kidnappers in the Zhob district.
The kidnappers phones were intercepted and traced, Deputy Commissioner Nazhir Mohammed Khethran told The Express Tribune.
“Balochistan Levies and Frontier Corps (FC) jointly launched a search operation at 4am in Kamardin Karez area,” he said, adding that the sixth person kidnapped has not been recovered as yet.
“A son of PTCL employee was among the people kidnapped but could not be traced. Operation is underway to find him,” he said.
The recovered kidnapped PTCL employees have been identified as Sub-Divisional Officer (SDO) Naeem Ashraf, Engineer Haji Asad, driver Tahir, Miraz Shujahat Beigh and Ghulam Abbas.
Security officials have traced the kidnappers’ vehicle after intercepting their calls, a senior Levies official said and the operation to trace them is still underway