In the article by Mansoor Khan published in this newspaper on April 23, it has been said that there is no evidence to prove that Dr Aafia and her three children were abducted on March 30, 2003 from Karachi. I do not agree. Rather, I would regard this as one more attempt to create confusion about the case of herself and her children going missing. The first attempt of this sort was made on May 28, 2004 when the Ministry of Interior issued a clarification from Islamabad that was published by newspapers next day under the heading Dr Aafia, the clarification. The clarification maintained that Dr Aafia Siddiqui, 32, had been arrested in 2003 along with her three children from Karachi. She was interrogated by Pakistans intelligence agencies which could not establish her links with Al-Qaeda. She was handed over to the FBI as she kept her US nationality (along with the Pakistani one). The FBI found her making anti-US speeches and regards her as a dangerous terrorist. This is quote-unquote the statement by a spokesman of Ministry of Interior, Islamabad. -Z. A. KAZMI, Karachi, April 27.