The Lahore High Court (LHC) on Friday directed the police and intelligence agencies to recover a missing activist Raza Mehmood Khan and present him before the court at the earliest.
Justice Qazi Amin Ahmed, who was hearing a petition filed by Hamid Nasir Mahmood, Raza's brother, asked Senior Superintendent of Police Rizwan Gondal to provide the LHC details of all missing persons’ cases.
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Raza, a convener of the Aghaz-e-Dosti, a friendship initiative between the youth of India and Pakistan, was picked up from his residence in Model Colony, Lahore on December 2.
Activists belonging to various rights groups, along with friends and family, have been running from pillar to post for the activist’s release.
The Amnesty International is also among those demanding that the Pakistani government immediately ensure Raza's recovery.