Shia sit in ended after fruitful talks with higher authorities of security agencies on Friday. Shia Missing Persons Release Committee leader Rashid Rizvi made this announcement on 13th day of sit-in outside President Arif Alvi house in Karachi.
Most importantly, he said, 19 Shia missing persons enforced disappearance ended due to talks with concerned authorities.
Enforced disappearance end doesn’t mean their release but now police would continue to detain them.
He further said that 8 more Shia missing persons would find them out of enforced disappearance on Saturday.
Noteworthy: Enforced disappearance end doesn’t mean their release but now police would continue to detain them.
However, now they will enjoy legal right to defend them in court of law.
Nevertheless, Shia never went against their motherland Pakistan and kept Pakistani flag high.
Shia community has made it clear earlier that the captors must not violate their fundamental human rights.
Although they are innocent Pakistani citizens, they face cases because of Shia identity. Nevertheless, they never went against their motherland Pakistan and kept Pakistani flag high.
Noteworthy: Shia Missing Persons families had begun staging sit-in on Sunday April 28.
Since then, the state authorities expressed callousness and rather registered case on false charges.
The police that also represents state conducted media trial of Shia community by slanderous and false charges.