Former ISO president returns home after end to enforced disappearance that lasted since April 2018.
Former ISO president returns
Syed Rehman Shah’s whereabouts remained unknown even to the family since April 2018.
When he reached his native town Babbarlo, area residents and family members accorded him warm welcome.
Shah visits grave of brother
Meanwhile, Rehman Shah also visited grave of his martyred brother and offered fateha.
Enforced disappearance of ISO leader
The authorities concerned took Rehman Shah into undeclared custody since last seen in Thehri area of district Khairpur.
One of his lawyer brothers had embraced martyrdom when takfiri terrorists ambushed him.
Prior to his enforced disappearance, the family blamed authorities to have picked up his another lawyer brotherin Kandiaro (Naushehro Feroze).
ISO and Joint Action Committee
Meanwhile, credit for his release goes both ISO and Joint Action Committee for Shia Missing Persons.
Because, they continue protest movement across Pakistan for victims of enforced disappearance.
Joint Action Committee for Shia Missing Persons
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 continue. Allama Ahmed Iqbal leads the committee.
Those others speak at such 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 speak.
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.
Due to Rehman Shah’s undeclared detention, incumbent president of the ISO Pakistan also had visited his native town. From the beginning he took up the issue and discussed first with family members and organizational colleagues.
Shia community condemns
Shia Muslims have condemned the policy of enforced disappearance of innocent and patriot Shia citizens.
Moreover, they salmmed the elements within security establishment who has no respect for constitutionally guaranteed fundamental rights of citizens of Pakistan.
Furthernore, they cited that such elments don’t produce such people into courts of law for trial.