Protest held against enforced disappearances

Law enforcement agencies allegedly responsible, claims Inqalabi Adarsh Forum

Our Correspondent September 10, 2017

KARACHI: Trade unionists, students and civil society activists held on Saturday a demonstration outside the Karachi Press Club (KPC) against the enforced disappearance of writer and political activist Nangar Channa and others, allegedly at the hands of law enforcement agencies, a statement issued by the Inqalabi Adarsh Forum (IAF) read.

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IAF leader Mushtaq Ali Shan said at the protest that the disappearance of social and political activists depicted how much the so-called democratic government believed in democracy and freedom of expression. He also raised questions about the reaction of the judiciary, security institutions and others over this alarming issue.

Activists protest against enforced disappearances

According to speakers, arguments and differences of opinion served as oxygen for a democratic society, however, some elements wanted to kill this important social element for ulterior motives. They said that the working class suffered the most in such situations.


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