Afghan diplomat went missing in Pakistan city of Quetta

KABUL: (MEP) – According to reports an Afghan official of the Afghan Consulate in Quetta city of Pakistan’s Baluchistan province has gone missing since July 25, Khaama reported.

The official reportedly went missing on July 25 in Satellite Town area, local Pakistani police officials said.

A police official of the Satellite Town, Sardar Shah confirmed the report and said the Consulate official Muhammad Hashi who works in the passport section had gone missing.

The official further added that Siddiqullah, the son of the missing Consulate official has loged a First Information Report (FIR) in Satellite Town police station.

Siddiqullah quoted by the police during the registeration of the case said, “We have no information about the whereabouts of my father since July 25.”

Ghulam Muahmmad Bahadur, Afghan Consul General also confirmed the report and said that the had lost contact with Muhammad Hashim since Tuesday.

Bahadur quoted by Pakistan’s Dawn News said that the consulate was in close contact with the government of Balochistan for Muhammad Hashim’s recovery.

According to Dawn News kidnapping for has increased in Quetta and other parts of Baluchistan, with the incidents of abductions were on the rise.

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