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Missing persons commission settles 3492 cases: Justice (R) Javed Iqbal

Missing persons commission settles 3492 cases: Justice (R) Javed Iqbal

ISLAMABAD: The missing persons commission, out of 5608 cases disposed-off 3492 cases up to November 30, 2018 due to personal efforts of Justice ® Javed Iqbal, President missing person commission which is a great achievement as per the monthly progress report of cases of alleged enforced disappearances till November 30, 2018 released on Tuesday by Secretary of the Commission Farid Ahmed Khan.

According to the report, a total of 5507 cases received up to October 31, 2018 to missing persons commission. During November 2018, 111 more cases were received to the Commission and now the total numbers of the cases are 5608.

It is important to note here that the Commission of Inquiry of Enforced Disappearances, Islamabad during the month of November 2018 disposed of 57 cases and now total balance number of cases are 2116 up to November 30, 2018.

The Commission has conducted 548 hearing, 319 hearings in Islamabad, 35 in Lahore and 194 in Karachi during November 2018. The efforts of Justice Javed Iqbal, President of the National Commission for Enforced Disappearances and other members have been appreciated as the commission has recovered 3492 missing persons upto November 30, 2018 besides ensuring their safe return to their homes.

As president of Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances, Justice (r) Javed Iqbal and other members of the commission not only give personal hearing to each family of family of missing persons but also try their utmost for earliest recovery of missing persons.

The relatives of missing persons have also acknowledged the remarkable efforts of Justice ® Javed Iqbal, President missing person Commission. Justice Javed Iqbal President National Commission for Enforced Disappearances has not been using government resources and does not receive any salary while working as President of Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances.