Allama Sajid Naqvi demands release innocent victims of enforced disappearance and trial of those accused of any crime.
Shia Ulema Council Pakistan’s founder leader also urged the authorities concerned to comply with legal proceedings instead of unconstitutional and unlawful methods.
Allama Sajid Naqvi demands release innocent victims of enforced disappearance
He further said that the law of Pakistan also clearly states how to deal with this matter.
He said that nobody should storm into the house of the accused and nobody should violate privacy and sanctity of the families of the accused.
The SUC leader said that law requires warrant to arrest any accused and production in courts of law within stipulated time.
But he slammed enforced disappearance after violation of privacy and sanctity of the households.
Moreover, he expressed solidarity with and support for the families of the victims of enforced disappearance.
He also called for ensuring meetings of the families with their aforesaid relatives.
Meanwhile, the main committee’s leader Allama Ahmed Iqbal has said that the families have already fighting a legal battle through courts of law to seek end to unconstitutional and illegal enforced disappearance.
Moreover, he said that they were assured that their demands would be met on April 16, 2021.
But he made clear that the families and the committee call for release of the victims of enforced disappearance prior to Ramazan.
He further said that if any harm is done to protesters, then the government would be held responsible for everything.
He said that the families and the committee had ran from pillar to post to seek justice.
The committee leader said that they contacted the top authorities of state and government of Pakistan.
But the authorities have failed in bringing an end to this unconstitutional and unlawful undeclared incarceration.
Allama Ahmed Iqbal further said that supporters of the families of the victims of enforced disappearance would begin sit-in protest in United States, European countries, Canada and other countries.
If the authorities concerned fail, the committee leaders said, third phase would include aforesaid international protest.