Yousaf Raza Gilani's son Ali Haider Gilani recovered from Afghanistan

Yousaf Raza Gilani's son Ali Haider Gilani recovered from Afghanistan
Son of ex-prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, Ali Haider Gilani, who was kidnapped three years in the past from Multan, has been recovered from Afghanistan’s Ghazni province in a joint operation carried out by Afghan and US forces.

Information of Ali Gilani’s restoration was first introduced by Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, and was later confirmed from the International Workplace.

PM @YR_Gillani acquired name from ambassador of Afghanistan.His son @haidergilani has been recovered in a profitable operation.Alhamdulillah

— BilawalBhuttoZardari (@BBhuttoZardari) May 10, 2016

Gilani is protected and in good well being, and preparations are being made to deliver him again to Pakistan. Adviser to the Prime Minister on International Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, was conveyed the information by the Afghan Nationwide Safety Adviser.

Former premier Gilani acquired a name from the ambassador of Afghanistan to Pakistan, informing him that Haider Gilani was recovered in a profitable operation in Afghanistan, mentioned the PPP chairman.

Ali Haider was kidnapped by gunmen in Multan on Could 9, 2013, days earlier than he was slated to run for the Punjab Meeting.

Ali Haider was kidnapped when he was leaving a road nook assembly exterior the home of a supporter at Matti Tal Street in Multan’s Farrukh City.

His two associates had been killed through the kidnapping.

On the time of the kidnapping, Ali Haider was contesting for the overall election from PPP-200 constituency in Multan.

His household is without doubt one of the strongest within the central city of Multan and a key clan within the PPP, whose marketing campaign for re-election had been dramatically curtailed by Tehrik-i-Taliban threats on the time.

The information follows the restoration of Shahbaz Taseer, son of slain Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer, who was recovered by safety and intelligence forces from Balochistan’s Kuchlak space almost 5 years after his abduction in 2011.

Shahbaz was kidnapped from Lahore on Aug 26, 2011, close to his firm’s head workplace in Gulberg space. He was driving in direction of the workplaces of the First Capital Group off M.M. Alam Street in Gulberg when he was intercepted by the abductors.

The abductors who, in line with witnesses, used a Prado jeep and a motorbike, bundled the younger Taseer into the four-wheeler and rushed away unimpeded.

No particulars on the whereabouts of Shahbaz had earlier been made public.

Supporters rejoice homecoming

Supporters of the Pakistan Peoples Celebration (PPP) poured onto the streets in Multan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir and chanted celebratory slogans.

“Gilani tere jaan nisar, beshumar beshumar [We would sacrifice our life for Gilani]!”

Dozens of individuals, of all ages, gathered at most important junctions within the metropolis waving social gathering flags and distributing mithai (sweets).

The Gilani household has a powerful voter base in Multan, the place voters have lent overwhelming help to the previous prime minister throughout elections.

Kidnapped from Multan

Ali Haider was kidnapped by gunmen in Multan on Could 9, 2013, days earlier than he was slated to run for the Punjab Meeting.

Ali Haider was kidnapped when he was leaving a road nook assembly exterior the home of a supporter at Matti Tal Street in Multan’s Farrukh City.

His two associates had been killed through the kidnapping.

On the time of the kidnapping, Ali Haider was contesting for the overall election from PPP-200 constituency in Multan.

His household is without doubt one of the strongest within the central city of Multan and a key clan within the PPP, whose marketing campaign for re-election had been dramatically curtailed by Tehrik-i-Taliban threats on the time.

The information follows the restoration of Shahbaz Taseer, son of slain Punjab governor Salmaan Taseer, who was recovered by safety and intelligence forces from Balochistan’s Kuchlak space almost 5 years after his abduction in 2011.

Shahbaz was kidnapped from Lahore on Aug 26, 2011, close to his firm’s head workplace in Gulberg space. He was driving in direction of the workplaces of the First Capital Group off M.M. Alam Street in Gulberg when he was intercepted by the abductors.

The abductors who, in line with witnesses, used a Prado jeep and a motorbike, bundled the younger Taseer into the four-wheeler and rushed away unimpeded.

No particulars on the whereabouts of Shahbaz had earlier been made public.

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