Sindhi group holds protest in US towards enforced disappearances in Pakistan


Washington, August 16

Members of the Sindhi group organised a protest exterior Pakistani ambassador’s home right here in solidarity with households of the victims of enforced disappearances in Pakistan.

The protesters on Friday chanted slogans for the liberty of victims of enforced disappearances in Sindh. They held placards with footage of victims of enforced disappearances, in keeping with an announcement issued by Sindhi Foundation which organised the protest.

Present within the protest had been Sindhi, Baloch and Pakhtoon leaders, apart from individuals from Gilgit Baltistan.

The protesters demanded the discharge of all victims of enforced disappearances, particularly trainer and scholar Sarang Joyo who was kidnapped from his home in Karachi on Tuesday.

“I want to appreciate efforts of my sisters Aqsa Dayo, Shazia Chandio, Shabana Junejo, Sohni Joyo, Sindhu Joyo, Sorath Lohar and Sasui Lohar who have inspired all of us by leading the protests against victims of enforced disappearances for past many months,” stated Sufi Laghari, govt director of Sindhi Foundation.

He additionally appreciated the initiative taken by Sindhi Inam and stated it’s his battle that has impressed “all of us to come out and protest against the enforced disappearances”.

Laghari additionally talked about that Taj Joyo, a Sindhi poet and author who’s father of Sarang Joyo has rejected to obtain Presidential Performance Award from Pakistan.

The protesters demanded an finish to all enforced disappearances in Pakistan. PTI



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