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Rabita Committee condemns the unlawful arrests of workers and fear they might be killed extra judicially


Rabita Committee condemns the unlawful arrests of workers and fear they might be killed extra judicially
 Posted on: 5/31/2014
Workers should be produced in a court if there are cases registered against them
Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s Rabita Committee has strongly condemned the unlawful arrests of workers from Korangi by Rangers and expressed their fear that they might killed extra judicially. 
Rangers have unlawfully arrested Arif Raza, Faisal Sayeed and Zain Shaheen. Arif Raza is a member of MQM Korangi Unit 79 Committee.
Rabita Committee has demanded that member of Korangi Unit 79 Committee and workers should be produced in a court if there are cases registered against them.
They deplored that despite assurances from the federal and provincial government police and law enforcement agencies were unlawfully arresting MQM workers. 
“They take them to undisclosed locations and extract confessional statement by torture, “ Rabita Committee said.
“Law enforcement agencies are killing MQM workers under the pretext of operation against criminals. They are unlawfully arresting them and killing them extra judicially instead of producing them in courts. Terrorism, killings, and cases of extortion are growing at an alarming rate in the city. They are unlawfully arresting MQM workers instead of criminals and terrorists. Their action is highly condemnable, “ Rabita Committee said.
Rabita Committee expressed sympathies with the family members of unlawfully arrested workers and said they would use their constitutional and legal rights and would knock the door of courts for the recovery of workers.
Rabita Committee has demanded that chief justice, prime minister, federal interior minister, governor Sindh and DG Rangers should take notice of the unlawful arrest of MQM workers and show their arrests.

12/3/2016 8:00:44 PM