Three ‘missing girls’ found in Lahore

Three sisters who went missing in Islamabad on Monday were recovered from Lahore today (Friday).

According to police, the girls were not kidnapped but went away with their own free will.

Three boys accompanying the girls have also been arrested and have been identified as Shehzad, Sohail and Khushi Muhammad.

Maryam Noor, Najeeba Noor and Zainab Noor went missing while going to school on Monday after which police registered a kidnapping case on the complaint of the father.

On the other hand, two missing sisters from Lahore’s Mughalpura area reached police station on their own.

A kidnapping case was registered by their father a day before.

The girls told the police that they left their house due to the stern behaviour of the parents.

Police handed over 17-year-old Hina and 18-year-old Sana to their parents

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