Karachi: The Ansar Burney Trust International Chairman Ansar Burney has said that the repatriation process of a Pakistani boy Iftikhar, 4, who was trafficked to India, has started.

According to press release issued today, Pakistan's former Federal Minister for human rights, Ansar Burney has specially thanked to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Pakistan's High Commissioner in India Abdul Basit for their kind cooperation and efforts in this regard.

Earlier, Ansar Burney has requested Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to ask the concern Departments to help Ansar Burney Trust in recovery of a 4 yrs old Pakistani boy Iftikhar Ahmed.

Burney said that abductor Gulzar Ahmed, a non-Biological father of Iftikhar on 12th March, 2016 kidnapped and trafficked Pakistani boy to India on Pakistani Passport, where he was arrested along with Iftikhar by Ganderbal Police in Srinagar.

Burney also said that after arrest of Gulza four year old Iftikhar also spent few nights in Police Lockup later instead of handing the boy's custody to Pakistan High Commission at New Delhi the Indian Police illegally and unlawfully handed him to the abducter without any justification.