If missing persons not recovered, PM will have to go home, IHC

Shiite News: If the missing persons are not recovered, an FIR will be ordered against the Prime Minister. Islamabad High Court warns Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti.

Justice Mohsin Kayani’s court refused to hear anything in a closed room. These missing people are in the custody of your institutions, recover them.

The sister of two brothers arrested in 2018, while giving a statement, appeared in the court
“Do you have any answer to his questions” “Question of the court to the interior minister” When should you meet him and talk to him? When will you meet?”

The interior minister asked for an appointment in two days. Interior Minister Sarfraz Bugti said that “many people have gone to Afghanistan”.

“Justice Mohsin Kayani said that your institutions have a list of people who have them, recover them.”

The Islamabad High Court said that institutions have made great sacrifices, this country is running on martyrs, but human rights are also important.

Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani conducted the hearing, where Attorney General Mansoor Awan told the court that Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar could not appear as he was out of the country on an official visit.

The Attorney General told the court that since the last hearing, a total of 69 Baloch students are missing, out of which 22 have been recovered. He said that 28 students are still missing and the government will try to recover them all.

Babar Awan also said that a cabinet committee has been set up where the report of the Commission on Missing Persons will be submitted. However, Justice Kayani remarked that there seems to be no law in Pakistan.

In the previous hearing on November 22, the Islamabad High Court had summoned the Prime Minister and the Interior Minister to appear in person. The court also rejected the report of the ministerial committee formed for the recovery of missing persons.

It should be noted that at this time, dozens of Shia youths in Pakistan have been forcibly disappeared by the state institutions for many years.

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