Dua Mangi Kidnapping Case: Protesters Gather at Teen Talwar in Karachi
Dua Mangi Kidnapping Case: So far, there is no serious update on the abduction Dua Mangi, the 22-year-old law student, from Defence Housing Authority, Karachi.
Dua Mangi, the 22-year-old law student, who was abducted outside a food joint in a posh Karachi locality has still not been recovered. Many people gathered near Karachi's area Teen Talwar to stage a protest against the kidnapping of Dua Mangi. The protesters blocked one side of the road in front of Hilal –e-Ahmar House. They recorded their disapproval of the government and law enforcing agencies who were unable to do anything about the serious case. The protesters also warned the government and law enforcement agencies that if Dua Mangi was not recovered they would launch a province-wide protest.
Many important personalities including the famous writer Noor-ul-Huda Shah, politician Farooq Sattar, and social activist Jibran Nasir were also present at the venue. According to Noor-ul-Huda Shah, the politicians needed to put aside their personal conflicts and help the grieving family. Politician Dr. Farooq Sattar shifted the blame to the government who was unable to maintain law and order situations. According to him, youth coming on the roads indicated changing times. Civil activist Sindhu Nawaz Ghanghro said the incident was a slap on the face of the government because Dua Mangi was abducted amidst snap checking and tight security in the posh area.
The protests was attended by the family, friends, and well-wishers of Dua Mangi. However, her parents who were in a state of despair and shock could not attend the protest on the account of their ill-health.
Dua Mangi, the 22-year-old law student, was abducted from Karachi outside a popular food joint in Khayaban e Bukhari, Defence Housing Authority DHA. Dua Mangi had gone there with her sister Laila Mangi who left early. Dua Mangi was walking outside with her friend Haris Fatah when she was abducted by unknown men in a black car. Haris Fatah tried to resist the abductors and was shot in the neck. The serious injuries led Haris Fatah to be shifted to the ICU in Agha Khan University Hospital. Although the FIR was launched, no serious progress could be made. According to the police, it could be a man from the US whom Dua Mangi had met in the US. The police also suspected a criminal gang involved in the abduction.