ISO CP announces protest campaign against enforced disappearance of innocent Shia notables. Imamia Students Organisation Pakistan stands with heirs of the victims of enforced disappearance, Arif Hussain Aljani said.
ISO CP announces protest campaign
He said that ISO would soon launch new protest campaign across Pakistan to highlight the issue of Shia missing persons.
He denounced subjecting patriot and law-abiding Shia Muslims, including scholars, notables and youths to enforced disappearance.
Furthermore, ISO CP vowed not to sit comfortably until release of last such victims of enforced disappearance.
He said that the ISO’s members express solidarity the ongoing protest campaign of heirs of the victims and scholars who lead the campaign.
Missing persons remain a term for victims of enforced disappearance which security agencies imposed on suspicion.
But, it shocked and dismayed Shia community because they never took weapons against state while they never did anything against national security.
Despite their patriotism and huge services for Pakistan, pro-Saudi biased officials treated them as though they violated national security.
Ali Ausja Zaidi and many other innocent Shia youth and notables suffered due to that biased mindset.
Countrywide protest continues
Meanwhile, Joint Action Committee for Shia Missing Persons and the families jointly run protest camapign for release of such victims.
Another Karachi-based group Shia Missing Persons Movement also has held protest demos.
Its leader Rashid Rizvi said that Shia Muslims, including 22 from Karachi continue to suffer from unjustifiable enforced disappearance.