Former federal minister robbed
ISLAMABAD: Dr Mahmood Ghazi, the former federal minister for religious affairs and vice president of the International Islamic University, was looted at gunpoint on Sunday. The outlaws also injured his mother and brother-in-law in the process.
According to area police Mahmood Ghazi was enjoying a meal along with his family members on Sunday night when four masked men barged into his house.
They pushed the family into a room and started to collect valuables. Muhammad Yousaf, the brother-in-law of Ghazi tried to intercept the outlaws, as they were about to flee. The assailants beat him badly and managed to flee from the scene along with looted money and other valuables worth Rs 500,000. Ghazi’s family informed area police in time but the police evaded its duty and reached the crime scene after three hours, police sources told Daily Times. staff report