Pakistan Bishop Council and Khaksar Tehreek leaders visit sit in protest camp to express solidarity with families of victims of enforced disappearance.
On behalf of Christian community, Chairman Pakistan Bishop Council Khadim Bhutta met leaders of Joint Action Committee for Shia Missing Persons there.
Pakistan Bishop Council and Khaksar Tehreek leaders visit sit in protest
Khaksar Tehreek’s deputy chief Professor Dr Hakeem Syed Nasr Askari, Pir Kafeel Ahmed and other leaders also met Allama Ahmed Iqbal Rizvi, Allama Haider Abbas Abedi, Maulana Dr Aqeel Moosa, Maulana Farrukh Abbas and Allama Mubashir Hassan.
They supported the legitimate demand for end enforced disappearance of relatives of the protesting families.
Families of Shia missing persons have begun sit-in since Friday April outside mausoleum of founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Visiting dignitaries demanded federal government to ensure immediate release of victims of enforced disappearance.
Meanwhile, aforesaid sit-in protest against enforced disappearance entered sixth day on Wednesday.
Moreover, Imamia Students Organization central president Arif Hussain Aljani also addressed the protesters.
He appealed to human rights organizations they should play their due role against violation of fundamental rights of victims of enforced disappearance.
Manqabat khwan and poets also visited the sit-in protest camp.
Besides, they urged the authorities concerned to end to enforced disappearance.
Meanwhile, families of the victims continue to protest at the sit-in camp under the aegis of Joint Action Committee for Shia Missing Persons.
They are sitting outside mausoleum of founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Meanwhile, families of the victims are protesting against enforced disappearance of their bread earners in Karachi.
They are sitting outside mausoleum of founder of Pakistan Mohammad Ali Jinnah to register protest.
Unfortunately, none from the security establishment has come forward to ensure end to end enforced disappearance of loyal sons of Pakistan.
Instead, a state security agency has subjected another notable to enforced disappearance in Sahiwal Sargodha.
The media covered wailing mothers, sisters and wives and minor children of many victims of enforced disappearance.
Protesting families slammed the perpetrators of enforced disappearance and accused them of committing their collective economic genocide.
Moreover, they said that on the one hand, enforced disappearance amounts to economic genocide and on the other it amounts to collective character assassination.
They lamented the unethical, immoral, unlawful and unconstitutional, biased and discriminatory policy of power that be against Shia Muslims.