RAWALPINDI  - An official of Rawalpindi Police lodged kidnapping case of a 15-year-old girl after taking bribe from the ill-fated father of the detainee, reliable sources informed The Nation on Monday.

Sources told that a 15-year-old girl Naghma Bibi, daughter of Abdul Shakoor, was allegedly kidnapped from Janjua Town on Adyala Road within the limits of Police Station Saddar Bairooni on January 28, 2014.

Naghma Bibi, a housemaid, left her house early in the morning for work but did not return back, sources said, adding that her father Abdul Shakoor lodged a complaint with police, accusing three men Muhammad Imran and two of his friends Umair and Bilal of kidnapping her daughter.

Sub Inspector (SI) Qaiser Qureshi was appointed as investigation officer who took Rs 5000 from the father of the detainee, and penned in a case under section 365-A, sources added.

Abdul Shakoor, when contacted, confirmed that he paid Rs 5000 as bribe to SI Qaiser Qureshi to register kidnapping case of his missing daughter. He said that he faced double blow as on one hand cruel people kidnapped his daughter while police looted him on the other hand. "Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif should come forward to rescue me from the police," he said.

SI Qaiser, when contacted by this scribe on his cell number 0300-5357727, and asked whether he got bribe or not, misbehaved and said, "Who the hell you are to ask this from me. I will not answer you". Then SI disconnected the call.

SP Saddar Circle Dr Ghias and DSP Ijaz Malik did not attend their cell phones despite repeated attempts made by this scribe.

On the other hand, an armed clash occurred between two groups on land dispute at Shahpur on Adyala Road leaving one person injured.