CPLC chief denies Rangers raid on his house

KARACHI: Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) chief Ahmed Chinoy on Tuesday denied all allegations leveled on him regarding the case of kidnapping of 26-years-old boy, Laraib.

Addressing to a press conference at CPLC office Karachi, he said that rumors circulating in media that a ransom amount of Rs1.5 million for release of the kidnapped man was recovered from his home.

He said that Pakistan Rangers (did not conduct raided his home. He explained that Rangers; party just came to his home to exchange information about the kidnapers.

He further said that family of the kidnapped youth had submitted their complaint with the Rangers as well as CPLC and both were working for the release of Laraib. Fortunately the victim was release due to the efforts of the Rangers party. He said that Rangers did not issue any official statement regarding the raid on his house. He said the media broke this news citing sources, adding the source-based news may not be factual.

Lariab and his father were present in the conference hall before starting of press conference; however, when Ahmed Chinoy come to the conference hall they were sent to other place.

Media persons requested the CPLC Chief to be present the affected family before media, but he refused.

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