SECP official Sajid Gondal tells police he was vacationing in northern areas

Sajid Gondal in northern areas

The missing case of Sajid Gondal the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) joint director has been solved as he told police that he went to northern areas for vacationing with his friends and nothing has happened to him.

The mystery of the missing joint director has finally solved when on Wednesday 24NewsHD TV channel reported that Mr Gondal told the police that he was in northern areas along with his friends. He recorded his statement to police after his recovery in which he said that he was unable to contact his family because his mobile was switched off.

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The SECP official will record his final statement before the magistrate under Section 164 of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC).

It was expected that Sajid Gondal was kidnapped for the past 5 days and many rumors had been revolving but his statement that he was in the northern areas went completely opposite to the expectations. Civil society and his family highly protested against the incident and highlighted it.

On Tuesday night, it was reported that he was released near Rawat, a suburb of the federal capital, after which he contacted his family members through a phone call, telling them that he was well and would join them soon.

Moreover, his wife told reporters that her husband was going to Sargodha and she talked him on phone but was switched off again. Then he thanked PM for taking immediate notice as Islamabad High Court and media took this matter seriously.

Later, it was revealed that he was at the residence of his brother where SP Farooq Amjad, police officials, and teams visited to make sure if he is safe.

Sajid’s parents, his wife, and children as well as some other family members protested outside Prime Minister’s Office to press for his early recovery after he went missing on Thursday night and his car found outside the NARC office in Chak Shahzad, Islamabad.

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