On the occasion of Eid al-Adha, families of missing persons and civil society groups in Sindh organized protests, demanding the release of individuals abducted and subjected to enforced disappearances by Paki establishment.

The protests, organized by Missing Persons Families, Voice for Missing Persons of Sindh, Sindh Sabha, and the National Workers of the Sindhudesh Movement, drew attention to the widespread issue of enforced disappearances in the occupied Sindh, Balochistan, and the Pashtun regions of Pakistan.

Despite repeated pleas and the inability of the judiciary and executive branches to take action, the organizers vowed to continue raising their voices against the cruelty and human rights violations.

The protesters appealed to international human rights organizations, including the Human Rights Commission, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the United Nations, to take notice and action against the human rights violations in Pakistan.

They also called upon the international community and world powers to support the Sindhi people in achieving their freedom and restoring their independent status from 1843.

The protests brought together families of missing persons, civil society activists, and supporters of the Sindhi independence movement, unified in their demand for justice and an end to the practice of enforced disappearances.

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