1082 cases of missing persons registered: Senate told

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ISLAMABAD: The Senate was informed on Thursday that by November 27, 2013 as many as 1082 cases of missing persons have been registered across the country. Minister of State for Interior Baleeghur Rehman informed the House that number of missing persons in the Commission of Inquiry of Enforced Disappearances stands at 813 and number of cases in Supreme Court are 304. Replying to the questions during question hour, the Minister said, number of missing persons cases in Lahore High Court are 14, in Sindh High Court the number is 174, in Peshawar High Court 101 and in Balochistan High Court the number of registered cases is 22 while 40 cases have been reported from FATA. The minister however expressed concerns over the number from Balochistan saying that though this number is less but as compared to population, its ratio is more than other regions. He informed the House that figure about missing persons is collected through Missing Persons Commission, Intelligence agencies and the provincial courts. He further stated that provincial governments, AJK, GB and ICT have been requested to provide the number of mutilated bodies recovered in the country since 2001. Nil report has been received from IG of Police…
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1082 cases of missing persons registered: Senate told

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ISLAMABAD: The Senate was informed on Thursday that by November 27, 2013 as many as 1082 cases of missing persons have been registered across the country. Minister of State for Interior Baleeghur Rehman informed the House that number of missing persons in the Commission of Inquiry of Enforced Disappearances stands at 813 and number of cases in Supreme Court are 304. Replying to the questions during question hour, the Minister said, number of missing persons cases in Lahore High Court are 14, in Sindh High Court the number is 174, in Peshawar High Court 101 and in Balochistan High Court the number of registered cases is 22 while 40 cases have been reported from FATA. The minister however expressed concerns over the number from Balochistan saying that though this number is less but as compared to population, its ratio is more than other regions. He informed the House that figure about missing persons is collected through Missing Persons Commission, Intelligence agencies and the provincial courts. He further stated that provincial governments, AJK, GB and ICT have been requested to provide the number of mutilated bodies recovered in the country since 2001. Nil report has been received from IG of Police…
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1082 cases of missing persons registered: Senate told

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ISLAMABAD: The Senate was informed on Thursday that by November 27, 2013 as many as 1082 cases of missing persons have been registered across the country. Minister of State for Interior Baleeghur Rehman informed the House that number of missing persons in the Commission of Inquiry of Enforced Disappearances stands at 813 and number of cases in Supreme Court are 304. Replying to the questions during question hour, the Minister said, number of missing persons cases in Lahore High Court are 14, in Sindh High Court the number is 174, in Peshawar High Court 101 and in Balochistan High Court the number of registered cases is 22 while 40 cases have been reported from FATA. The minister however expressed concerns over the number from Balochistan saying that though this number is less but as compared to population, its ratio is more than other regions. He informed the House that figure about missing persons is collected through Missing Persons Commission, Intelligence agencies and the provincial courts. He further stated that provincial governments, AJK, GB and ICT have been requested to provide the number of mutilated bodies recovered in the country since 2001. Nil report has been received from IG of Police…
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1082 cases of missing persons registered: Senate told

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ISLAMABAD: The Senate was informed on Thursday that by November 27, 2013 as many as 1082 cases of missing persons have been registered across the country. Minister of State for Interior Baleeghur Rehman informed the House that number of missing persons in the Commission of Inquiry of Enforced Disappearances stands at 813 and number of cases in Supreme Court are 304. Replying to the questions during question hour, the Minister said, number of missing persons cases in Lahore High Court are 14, in Sindh High Court the number is 174, in Peshawar High Court 101 and in Balochistan High Court the number of registered cases is 22 while 40 cases have been reported from FATA. The minister however expressed concerns over the number from Balochistan saying that though this number is less but as compared to population, its ratio is more than other regions. He informed the House that figure about missing persons is collected through Missing Persons Commission, Intelligence agencies and the provincial courts. He further stated that provincial governments, AJK, GB and ICT have been requested to provide the number of mutilated bodies recovered in the country since 2001. Nil report has been received from IG of Police…
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1082 cases of missing persons registered: Senate told

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ISLAMABAD: The Senate was informed on Thursday that by November 27, 2013 as many as 1082 cases of missing persons have been registered across the country. Minister of State for Interior Baleeghur Rehman informed the House that number of missing persons in the Commission of Inquiry of Enforced Disappearances stands at 813 and number of cases in Supreme Court are 304. Replying to the questions during question hour, the Minister said, number of missing persons cases in Lahore High Court are 14, in Sindh High Court the number is 174, in Peshawar High Court 101 and in Balochistan High Court the number of registered cases is 22 while 40 cases have been reported from FATA. The minister however expressed concerns over the number from Balochistan saying that though this number is less but as compared to population, its ratio is more than other regions. He informed the House that figure about missing persons is collected through Missing Persons Commission, Intelligence agencies and the provincial courts. He further stated that provincial governments, AJK, GB and ICT have been requested to provide the number of mutilated bodies recovered in the country since 2001. Nil report has been received from IG of Police…
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ISLAMABAD: The Senate was informed on Thursday that by November 27, 2013 as many as 1082 cases of missing persons have been registered across the country. Minister of State for Interior Baleeghur Rehman informed the House that number of missing persons in the Commission of Inquiry of Enforced Disappearances stands at 813 and number of cases in Supreme Court are 304. Replying to the questions during question hour, the Minister said, number of missing persons cases in Lahore High Court are 14, in Sindh High Court the number is 174, in Peshawar High Court 101 and in Balochistan High Court the number of registered cases is 22 while 40 cases have been reported from FATA. The minister however expressed concerns over the number from Balochistan saying that though this number is less but as compared to population, its ratio is more than other regions. He informed the House that figure about missing persons is collected through Missing Persons Commission, Intelligence agencies and the provincial courts. He further stated that provincial governments, AJK, GB and ICT have been requested to provide the number of mutilated bodies recovered in the country since 2001. Nil report has been received from IG of Police…
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