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Missing Persons Commission says has disposed of 3,734 cases

ISLAMABAD: The Missing Persons Commission has disposed of 3,734 cases up to March 31, from 5,915 total cases, monthly progress report of cases of alleged enforced disappearances, released by Farid Ahmed Khan, Secretary of the Commission Thursday said.

A total number of 5,853 cases were received to Missing Person Commission, up to February. During March, 62 more cases received by Missing Person Commission and the total numbers of cases reached to 5915, a press release said.

It is important to note here that the Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances, disposed of 75 cases by March 28, and now balance is 2,181 up to March.

The Missing Person Commission has conducted 706 hearings, 272 hearings in Islamabad, 147 in Peshawar, 202 in Karachi and 85 hearings in Lahore during March 2019.

The efforts of Justice Javed Iqbal, Chairman of Missing Person Commission and other members have been appreciated by the relatives and families of missing persons as  Missing Person Commission, has disposed of 3734 cases up to March 31.

Justice Javed Iqbal, Chairman of Missing Person Commission and other members have not only given personal hearing to each family of missing person but also tried their utmost for earliest recovery of missing persons.



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