APMSO activists booked over IJT complaint

KARACHI, Sept 22, 2007: Police on Friday registered an FIR against four members of the All Pakistan Muttahida Students Organisation (APMSO) on the complaint of the Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT).

In the FIR, the complainant (IJT) alleged that three of its members were abducted and tortured by the APMSO activists from Government Monotechnic College in Gulistan-i-Jauhar on Thursday.

A duty officer at the Sharea Faisal police station confirmed that an FIR 611/2007 under sections 342, 427 and 506 of the PPC had been registered against four APMSO members Farhan, Ali Mehdi, Ahmed Ali Beg and Nasir Khan.

On Thursday, the IJT alleged that activists of the APMSO kidnapped three of its workers, Munib, Bilawal Bhatti and Abdul Hafeez, and tortured them severely before releasing them.

However, the APMSO rejecting the allegations termed it a part of the IJT's ongoing blame-game.

An IJT spokesman accused the police of 'taking sides and inaction' when they had been approached by the IJT to seek action against the suspects. Dawn



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