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.
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.