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2 Pakistani students arrested in Britain still under detention

Wednesday, July 22, 2009 Leave a Comment

Two Pakistani students who were arrested by Britain Police are still in the detention of police despite passing of 104 days.

The parents of two students Abdul Wahab Burki son of Malik Khan Muhammad and Ahmad Faraz Khan son of Sarfraz Khan and Tribal elders during a press conference here in Pakistan House on Wednesday have demanded release the both students from the Britain government as soon as possible so that they can complete their education.

They said that the Britain police had arrested Abdul Wahab Burki and Ahmad Faraz Khan on 8th April 2009 from Liver Pool University but they were not released yet.

The father of students Abdul Wahab told that his son went to Europe in October 2006 for the degree in Computer Science. His last semester was in the final stage but unfortunately Britain government arrested him illegally.

The parents of students said that their sons did not belong to any terrorist organization rather they wanted to serve Pakistan after attaining degree.

They also appealed to President Asif Ali Zardari, Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani and rest of the high officials to play their role for the release of arrested Pakistanis.