Missing persons’ applicants go missing themselves – Sindh High Court

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During the hearing of the missing persons’ case on Thursday, the Sindh High Court in Karachi ordered the police to recover the missing persons and submit a detailed report till October 13. How is it that the applicants of the missing persons go missing themselves? The Court questioned.

According to the details, a hearing was held regarding the case of the missing persons in Sindh High Court. During the hearing, the lawyer said that missing Riyasat Ullah was an employee at the water board – how should we tell his children that he mysteriously went missing when returning to home from the court? He was the sole breadwinner of the family, and his disappearance has left his family financially helpless. The government must earmark a monthly stipend for them so that they can subsist, the lawyer said.

A report was also submitted by the authorities in the regarding the recovery of the missing persons which could not satisfy the Court. Was there any complaint registered on the missing persons? Were they affiliated with any political party? The police must exercise their authority and recover the missing persons, the Court concluded.

SourceTBP

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