Gunmen driving a car intercepted Qaiser Ali at motorway and forced him away
PESHAWAR: Unknown gunmen on Saturday kidnapped the coordinator of Shuhada Ghazi Forum in Nowshera district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Talking to The Express Tribune, Tahir Ali said his cousins Qaiser Ali and Ahmad Ali were traveling on the motorway on their way home from Mardan when two armed men intercepted them in the limits of Akbar Pura police station and forced them to get into the car.
Confirming the incident, Ahmad said, “With my resistance, the kidnappers left me and forced Qaiser to sit in their car and kidnapped him.”
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Following the incident, police at Akbar Pura police station registered an FIR on the request of the complainant Ahmad Ali.
Tahir said Qaiser had been playing a leading role in the aforementioned forum, and raised his voice for the rights of the students killed and wounded in the incident.
He used to arrange activities for their parents and relatives for this purpose, he added.
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The Shuhada Ghazi Forum was formed by the parents and heirs of the students who had fallen victims to a militant attack on Army Public School on December 16, 2014, in which around 150 people – mostly schoolchildren – were targeted by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).