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In an emotional reunion reported by Daybreak, a mentally challenged former policeman, Mustakeem Khalid, lacking since 2016, was found begging at Rawalpindi’s Tahli Mohri Chowk on Tuesday. Shaheen Akhtar, his mom, acknowledged him, resulting in an emotional reunion after seven years of separation.

Following this discovery, the police took swift motion, apprehending 4 members of the beggars’ gang, together with three ladies. An investigation has been initiated to find their accomplices, based on Daybreak’s report.

Mustakeem Khalid, who had been affected by a psychological dysfunction, vanished in 2016 because of the results of typhoid fever. His mom, Shaheen Akhtar, had beforehand filed a lacking particular person report with the Civil Traces police, stating that her son, typically leaving residence resulting from despair, had not returned since 2016.

The reunion unfolded when Shaheen Akhtar, unaware of her son’s whereabouts, noticed him begging with a gang at Tahli Mohri Chowk. The gang, comprising three ladies and two males, was exploiting Mustakeem’s incapacity to pressure him to beg.

Upon recognizing her son, Shaheen Akhtar embraced him, however the gang members accompanying him assaulted and abused her. The FIR filed indicated that Mustakeem Khalid had been kidnapped and incapacitated by the gang for begging.

A police spokesman confirmed the arrest of gang chief Wahid, together with three ladies, and efforts have been underway to apprehend the remaining culprits. Wahid, the true brother of detained members Maryam and Sabina, was later arrested. Raids are ongoing to seize the opposite gang members, as reported by Daybreak.

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