Pakistan cancels visa of Korean who ran the academy where kidnapped Chinese couple worked


ISLAMABAD, Jun 17 (TNS): The Interior Ministry has cancelled the visa of the owner of the Urdu academy where the Chinese couple that was kidnapped last month worked. The owner of the academy is a Korean man named Wan Su alias Gilbert.

Sources in Interior Minisry while talking to TNS said that  Wan Su came toPakistan on a business visa but while in Pakistan he opened an Urdu academy and was involved in illegal activities.

It has also been revealed that the Chinese couple had been informed by the police of the volatile security situation in the province. The source also informed that police had cautioned the Chinese couple about the security situation and had also offered them protection but the couple had refused the offer.

Security and intelligence agencies are currently involved in analysing the photos circulating on social media of the Chinese couple so that they can reach a final conclusion regarding the incident. Agencies are also trying to gauge whether the Chinese couple has actually been killed or not.

On 25th May, the Chinese couple – Lee Zing Yang, 24, and Meng Li Si, 26 – were kidnapped from Jinnah Town area of Balochistan s capital,Quetta. According to witnesses, the abductors had forced the couple at gunpoint into a vehicle and sped away.