Cm house protest: Present missing workers in court, demands MQM

The protesters converged at Karachi Press Club, where no government official came to listen to their grievances


Our Correspondent April 25, 2016

KARACHI:


The Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) will continue to protest outside the Chief Minister House until the police and Rangers present its missing party workers before the court.


“We will disperse once we get the assurance of the chief minister or any of his representatives that our missing people will be presented before the law,” MNA Kanwar Naveed told media outside the CM House.


He was protesting along with the family members of the missing MQM activists. The party’s senators, MNAs, and MPAs were also present.


According to MQM, more than 170 of its activists have been subjected to enforced disappearances ever since the Karachi Operation began in 2013.


The protesters converged at Karachi Press Club, where no government official came to listen to their grievances. Later, the demonstrators marched to the CM House, where DC South Saleem Rajput received the complaints of MQM.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 25th,  2016.

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