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PHC asks Khyber Agency administration to produce girl from Swat in court

PHC asks Khyber Agency administration to produce girl from Swat in court
May 18, 2017

PESHAWAR, 18 May: The Peshawar High Court (PHC) has ordered the administration of Khyber Agency to produce the girl, abducted from Swat to Khyber Agency, in the court today (Thursday).

The court issued these directions on Wednesday on a petition filed by a person, Jehanzeb from Bahrain area of Swat. Jehanzeb said in his petition that Shah Faisal, a resident of Bara, has kidnapped his daughter and married her forcibly. He said he has also lodged an FIR in this regard in Bahrain Police Station. He said the PHC on the petition of Shah Faisal quashed that FIR.

Jehanzeb said his daughter is not happy with Shah Faisal and she should be produced before the court. The court asked the political agent to produce the girl in the court to know truth about the matter.


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