Nimra Kazmi, a 16-year-old girl who had gone missing from Karachi’s Saudabad area after Dua Zehra, has been found in Dera Ghazi Khan, according to police.
Following her recovery, the adolescent released a statement saying she travelled to DG Khan willingly from Karachi. Nimra has married a boy who lives in DG Khan, according to the police. The police have obtained the teenager’s marriage certificate, which is currently being verified.
On April 20, the 16-year-old girl went missing from his home in Malir’s Saudabad S-1 neighbourhood. The girls’ mother said she went outside at 9:00 a.m. on April 20 and later discovered Nimra was nowhere to be found.
She expressed her suspicions that her daughter had been kidnapped. The mother has requested that the Sindh chief minister, the inspector general (IG), and other relevant authorities take immediate action to ensure her daughter’s safety.
Nimra, she told police, had a cellphone, but she did not answer it despite multiple attempts to contact her.
Dua Zehra, a 14-year-old girl kidnapped from outside her home in Karachi’s Al Falah neighbourhood, was found in Lahore earlier in the day.