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Punjab police return Pakpattan man’s plane

Mohammad Fayaz's aircraft was dismantled by the law enforcers

SAMAA | - Posted: Apr 4, 2019 | Last Updated: 2 years ago
Posted: Apr 4, 2019 | Last Updated: 2 years ago

After putting all the pieces back together, the Punjab police returned Muhammad Fayaz’s plane back to him on Thursday in Pakpattan.

The plane was returned on the orders of Pakpattan DPO Maria Mehmood. Fayyaz was given his plane back which had been confiscated from him earlier this week.

A team from the Civil Aviation Authority will be visiting Fayaz for inspection of the plane. It was earlier reported that the police had dismantled Fayaz’s plane on Thursday after taking it into custody in Pakpattan.

Fayaz had said earlier that police is not releasing his plane from their custody. He had appealed to the government and the police for the release of his plane.

According to the police, the parts of the plane cannot be handed over to Fayaz since it doesn’t have any chassis number or the engine number.

However, the Rang Shah police station SHO Chaudhry Bashir Ahmed has refused to record his comment.

Related: How a Pakpattan school dropout built a plane

The Punjab police arrested Fayaz on Monday for attempting to fly a small plane that he built in Pakpattan.  He used the metal link road as a runway to take off on his maiden flight and took several rounds in the air before being arrested.

On his arrest, he said that he was just flying his plane but the police hit him. “They beat me up and then arrested me.” He remarked that he felt like a terrorist or a wanted criminal. “I kept thinking that I shouldn’t have done this.”

I just want to work for the betterment of the country, he added.

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  1. Dr Murtaza  April 5, 2019 12:42 pm/ Reply

    Chalo Police ko aqal aa he gae

  2. N Ali  April 5, 2019 7:24 pm/ Reply

    CA authority has taken note of it one may hope the things will move in right direction now.

  3. Faisal Rehman  April 5, 2019 7:43 pm/ Reply

    Whey the hell, police Beat him up.
    Big shame on u DPO Maria Mehmood.
    Even after getting ur highest grades of education and CSS, you r unable to tame ur subordinates to make them some kind of civilized govt officials.. they use same tactics for a terrorist and for a gentleman.. where as the goons and land Graber r at loose with the blessings of our police.

    I wish I can help the gentleman who made a plane by himself.

    If by any chance he can contact me..I am willing to giift him my own ultralight single seater aircraft. I’m based out of Oakville, Ontario, in Canada

    Pls if anyone can have him contact me, that wud be great

    Faisal Rehman

  4. Muhammad Saeed Baig  April 5, 2019 9:30 pm/ Reply

    Such people must be encouraged rather than arrested and beaten up. I appeal to the Air Chief to admit him into the Air University and give him formal education and then utilize his talent at Kamra Aeronautical Complex.

  5. Scot bravo  April 5, 2019 10:39 pm/ Reply

    Encourage m. Fayyaz to build aeroplane
    Govt .should encourage him and give him financial help.

  6. Scot bravo  April 5, 2019 10:42 pm/ Reply

    We are proud of you Fayyaz
    Good luck
    Pakistan is proud of your invention

  7. Scot  April 5, 2019 10:46 pm/ Reply

    Proud of you Fayyaz
    Pakistan is proud of your invention .
    Good luck

  8. Dr rehman  April 5, 2019 10:49 pm/ Reply

    Proud of you Fayyaz

  9. Fahad  April 5, 2019 11:39 pm/ Reply

    I want to place order a plane for me.

  10. Halima  April 6, 2019 8:59 am/ Reply

    ALLAH HADAAYAT DY HAMARI POLICE KO.Ghareeb ny maar bhi khaae….aakhir kyon????

  11. Rashid Ahmad Ch civil Engineer.  April 6, 2019 6:09 pm/ Reply

    Congratulations to Fayyaz for this marvellous job.
    He should be trained at Kamra giving the basic education in the profession.
    Given medal.
    Meanwhile the police be trained apart from beating the people. The DPO seems to be a science graduate.,must visit him and regret.

  12. Saleem  April 7, 2019 6:46 am/ Reply

    I think in Pakistan talent has no place

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