A Pakistani statesman has been arrested for running a personal dungeon at his home in which 5 folk were spotted chained up, 2 of them for a few years, police asserted on Monday. Khetran is a politician for Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, a traditionalist, religious party, and a former provincial minister for special education. His woman is similarly a legislator.
The prison chamber only came to light after non-public guards working for the lawmaker, Abdul Rehman Khetran, confronted forces at a spot check on Sun., shattered them up and nicked their guns.[junkie-alert style=”white”] However, it is difficult to say that the case will be dealt justly or not because in Pakistan’s political stability the power bearers usually wins. [/junkie-alert]
The police then raided the lawmaker’s fortified home in riotous Baluchistan province, liberated the captives, including one girl, and arrested Khetran, his boy and 6 non-public guards, recounted Barkhan district police chief Abdul Ghafoor Marri.
The captives had been maltreated, Marri related, adding that police had also grabbed a lorry crammed with ammo and weapons at the grounds. Khetran told local journalists the arrests were electorally galvanized and it was illegal for police to enter his home.