To all those who think that women are not able enough to fight kidnappers, they definitely need to read the brave story of Ayisha Falaq.
A national-level shooter, Ayisha, shot two men to rescue her brother-in-law, who was abducted on late Thursday night.
This drama started when Ayisha received a ransom call from the abductors, asking her us to reach Shastri Park in an hour with Rs 25,000 if she wanted to see her brother-in-law, Asif, alive.
Asif is a Delhi University student who works as a part-time taxi driver. He had gone to Dariyaganj on Thursday night to pick up two men, Rafee and Akash, who had booked the cab to Shastri Nagar. As he picked them, on their way, the two passengers protested and asked him to change the route.
Noticing something suspicious, Asif immediately stopped the car and refused to go ahead from that point and then instantly, one of the men threatened to kill him.
“The men laughed in an evil manner and asked me to enjoy the last moments of my life,” said Asif, recalling this horrible incident.
Ayisha immediately informed the police and carried her .32 bore pistol to the meeting point. Ayisha reached the spot with her husband, Alam. Alam says,
“The cops asked us to go to Shastri Park with the money. They said they would deploy plainclothes men at the designated spot.”
As soon the kidnappers stepped out of the car along with Asif, Ayisha pulled out her gun and shot at the men, hitting on one on his foot and the other on his waist. The two men later tried to escape despite being injured, but they were nabbed by the police.
Here is Ayisha narrating the whole incident: