Faisal Subzwari condemns killing of MQM workers, says ethnicity reason behind incident
- Faisal Sabzwari says that this series has been going on since 1992.
- The senator demanded an investigation into the matter.
- The federal government’s decision to investigate the recovery of three bodies.
KARACHI: Marine Affairs Minister Faisal Sabzwari on Wednesday condemned the killing of three MQM activists, saying “the bodies of the victims — who were abducted from Karachi — have been recovered from different parts of Sindh.” .
Speaking during a press conference along with other party leaders, Sabzwari said the bodies were found over a period of two days. He further said that ‘Irfan Basrat’s body was found in Sanghar yesterday, Abid Abbasi’s body was found in Nawabshah, while Waseem Raju’s body was found in Mirpurkhas’.
The MQMP senator said that such incidents have been happening since 1992 whether the MQMP was in government or not. These three activists were kidnapped and then tortured. Enforced disappearances“
During the conference, Sabzwari said that these institutions have put a question mark on the credibility of the federal and provincial governments. Our bodies will be found only because we speak Urdu.
Demanding an investigation into the three incidents, he questioned whether the Constitution of Pakistan is silent on the problems of MQMP workers.
Citing an example of the “partial treatment” meted out to his party workers, he added that the Islamabad High Court (IHC) had rescued a missing person named Hamza Haseeb, who was abducted by unidentified men in uniform on August 22. had withdrawn from the jurisdiction of the court. But on the orders of Chief Justice IHC Athar Minullah, he was reinstated.
The government will investigate the recovery of three bodies.
After the bodies of the three workers were found, the federal government decided to investigate the incident.
Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah and Economic Affairs Minister Ayaz Sadiq assured MQM leaders that the government would look into the matter.
Sanaullah said that he condemned the incident, adding that the federal government would work with the Sindh government to bring those responsible to justice.