12 innocent missing Shia get freedom from enforced disappearance. Rashid Rizvi, leader of Shia Missing Persons Release Committee told protesters at sit-in in Karachi on Thursday night.
The captors have released at least a dozen missing Shia Muslims from illegal enforced disappearance.
Acclaimed scholar Allama Talib Johari has made it clear he would not tolerate unjust discriminatory witch-hunt against patriotic Shia community.
Furthermore, insiders disclosed that the CTD cops took these innocent people into undeclared custody.
They included: journalist Matloob Moosavi, media person Ali Mubashir Naqvi, Munawar Hussain Naqvi, Waqar s/o Jafar, Alamdar Zaidi, Mohammad Abbas, Imran, Ijlal, Mohtashim, Zakir, Musawwir Kazmi and Kashif Naqvi.
Sit-in’s limited and incomplete sucesss
The sit-in protesters see this release a limited an incomplete success of their peaceful protest.
Reports had it Karachi police and administration officials held talks with the representatives of the sit-in protest at the residence of Allama Talib Johari.
Rashid Rizvi and Hassan Raza Sohail represented the sit-in protesters. Tanzeem-e-Azadari’s SM Naqi and others were also present.
Allama Talib Johari vows support to sit-in
Noteworthy to cite: Acclaimed scholar Allama Talib Johari has made it clear he would not tolerate unjust discriminatory witch-hunt against patriotic Shia community.
He has announced all out support to the sit-in protest. As a result of his support, the sit-in protesters hope more release.