Joint Action Committee for Shia Missing Persons vows protest would continue until release of last victim of enforced disappearance.
Notably, their joint pledge came at a meeting held in Karachi to discuss future course of action of their struggle.
Almost all major Shia parties and groups and active scholars and leaders attended the meeting.
Furthermore, they condemned violation of fundamental rights of Shia citizens of Pakistan.
Allama Ahmed Iqbal Rizvi of MWM presided over the meeting.
Specially, renowned Shia Islamic scholar Allama Ghulam Abbas Raeesi also joined them.
Moreoevr, leaders from MWM, ISO, IO, Majlis Zakireen Imamia and other organisations attended.
Most importantly, they cited article 10 of the Constitution of Pakistan. Meanwhile, they repeated their demand that either security agencies end enforced disappearance forthwith. Or produce the undeclared Shia detainees in the court of law for fair trial.
Otherwise, they vowed that they would not remain silent against this intolerable injustice.
On the occasion, the affected families called enforced disappearance tantamount to their economic genocide.
Particularly, they noted the worst economic problems deprive them of good life. They asked how could they send their children to schools and how they would make both ends meet.
The affected families said that the authorities have made them Kashmiris in Pakistan by
Joint Action Committee for Shia Missing Persons vows protest
Notably, their protest movement continues across Pakistan. And they have made clear to the power that be that Shia Muslims would not tolerate violation of their fundamental human rights.
Countrywide protest conitnues
Most importantly, countrywide protest against enforced disappearance of Shia Muslims go unabated.
Those who spoke at events included: MWM leader Nasir Shirazi, ISO CP Qasim Shamsi, senior clerics Allama Shabbir Bukhari, Allama Hasnain Gardezi.
Furthermore, Allama Haider Abbas, Allama Iqtidar Naqvi, Allama Nadir Abbas Alvi and Allama Tahir Abbas Naqvi also spoke.
Moreover, they said that they would stage sit-in outside house of Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Sunday.
Unfortunately, the authorities subjected Shia Muslims to enforced disappearance without any charge and without right to fair trial.