Defence Minister Pervez Khattak’s relative pays Rs 1.5 million ransom to get his stolen car back
Islamabad: Khyber Paktunkhwa Police has reportedly recovered a car owned by Pakistan’s Defence Minister Pervez Khattak’s relative from hijackers after paying Rs.1.5 million ransom.
According to Israr Ahmed Rajppoot , a senior reporter based in Islamabad, a brand new Toyota GLI of the brother-in-law of Khattak’s niece was stolen from outside a hotel in Kalam Valley.
The car was stolen from the parking of hotel when Saadullah and his family was visiting the scenic valley.
Saadullah contacted the defence minister who then directed the police to recover the car. The police traced the car in Mardan where, according to the journalist, hijackers demanded a ransom of Rs 1.5 million.
The car was returned to the owner after he paid the ransom demanded by the thieves.