Another Shia scholar subjected to enforced disappearance while coming to Islamabad from Kohat.
Maulana Syed Tilawat Hussain Shirazi was serving as a teacher for Arabic and Islamic Education at Government School Orakzai.
Another Shia scholar subjected
The cops intercepted the vehicle and took him away while two relatives accompanied the Shia Muslim scholar. They took him into undeclared custody from main Islamabad road in the limits of Gambat police station.
However, they released his two companions late in the night.
It was not first such enforced disappearance.
The rogue cops also took two youths into undeclared custody and detention in Karachi.
2020 begins with enforced dispperanace
At least 10 veiled cops stormed ino the house of Maulana Khizr Ahmed in Barah Kahu Islamabad.
They took him into undeclared custody giving the first bad news of the new year.
After that, they had been calling his son to give them cell phone of his father at a particular place they told him.
His son ILyas said the family asked police to register case of his kidnappin but police refused to do so.
He further said that their family originally hail from Orakzai Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
However, his father has been serving as a teacher of Islamiyat and Arabic at a government school.
Furthermore, he said now he, his mother and sisterr and brothers weer suffering due to the abduction.
Moreover, Ilyas said that the veiled cops were boarding two vigo vehicles while one was bearing number plate MHR-616.
Unfortunately, some security agencies officials subject citizens to enforced disappearance on suspicion.
Since Shia Muslims have never remained involved in any anti-state activity, they express dismay over this maltreatment.
Recently, they have urged Pakistan Army Chief to take serious note of the rising cases of enforced disappearance.
Specially, they reminded that Shia Muslims pose no threat to national security hence they must not be dealt with like separatists or takfiri militants.