Bilawal expresses concern over kidnapping of Pakistani engineer in Sudan

By: Sawan Khaskheli

BADIN Mar 20: Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has expressed deep concern over the kidnapping of Pakistani engineer Ayaz Jamali and has urged the government to take necessary measures to ensure their safe recovery. He stressed that Foreign Ministry should explore all its diplomatic channels for recovery of the kidnapped engineer and other workers.

Pakistani Engineer Kidnapped in Sudan: 

A 26 years old Pakistani (Badin) petroleum Engineer Ayaz Hussain Jamali, working in Dar Petroleum’s Palouch Oil field in south Sudan was kidnapped along with three local workers on Sunday.
Jamali is the resident of district Badin, Sindh Province and he was working on the field when rebels from Riek Macchar Group kidnapped him on gun point. Mr. Ayaz Jamali was graduated from Mehran University of Engineering Jamshoro in 2014 and he joined the same company in September 2014.
His Brother Mr. Babar Jamali who is also working in the same company told media that the situation in south Sudan is getting worst due to conflict between pro-Government and anti-Government forces.
Mr. Babar told that Mr. Ayaz Jamali has already resigned from the job and he was booked to fly to Pakistan on this Monday. This was his last day at work when he was kidnapped.
The family of Mr. Ayaz Jamali including his father, mother and sisters have appealed Pakistan’s Federal Interior Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan, CM Sindh, former Speaker National Assembly, MNA, Dr. Fehmida Mirza and others to take up the issue on diplomatic levels with Government of South Sudan for safe and early recovery of loving, Ayaz Hussain Jamali