CJP asked to help recover two missing Karachiites

KARACHI: Family members of missing persons Muhammad Suhaib and Ziaur Rehman on Sunday said that both the young men are neither workers of any party and nor have any political affiliation.

Addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club, they said that Suhaib and Zia were lifted by unknown persons, some of them in rangers uniform, on 13 April 2014 outside their homes in Gulshan-e-Iqbal and after that their families do not know their whereabouts and wellbeing.

They said that Suhaib and Zia were lifted along with four others young men whose bodies were found in Memon Goth four days back. They said after recovery of their bodies, families of Suhaib and Zia were mentally disturbed.

The affected family members said that they had checked the relevant police station and Rangers Headquarter but found no clue to their dear ones.

They appealed to Chief Justice of Pakistan to take notice of their missing men and help recover them.

To a question, they said that Suhaib and Zia are not workers of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and have no political affiliation.

Replying to another query, they said that they did not know whether the four youth whose bodies were found in Memon Goth area were MQM workers or not.

Those who addressed the press conference were one aged widow mother and aged father-in-law of Suhaib, and mother and wife of Zia. Zia’s wife also had two minor children in her lap while Suhaib mother said that her son is married and have three children. About a dozen other relatives of Zia and Suhaib including women and children were also present.

During the conference, they were holding pictures of Suhaib, Zia and their children. Mothers of both young men and wife of Zia were weeping continually, creating sorrowful atmosphere.

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