Bizenjo, Fed Cabinet Committee discuss issue of missing persons

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The Federal Cabinet Committee on Missing Persons called on Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo on its arrival in Quetta here on Thursday. They discussed the issue of missing persons in Balochistan and law and order situation in detail during the meeting. The cabinet committee included Federal Minister for Law Nazir Tarar, Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah and other federal ministers besides Shazia Marri, Agha Hassan Baloch and Senator Kamran Murtaza.

On this occasion, Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo said that the incumbent provincial government sincerely wanted to address issue of missing persons, for which the families of the missing persons on the sit-in have been repeatedly contacted by the provincial regime with the aim to recover their people.

During this time, on the basis of humanitarian sympathy attitude was maintained with the relatives sitting on the sit-in and on their demand, a Judicial Commission for Missing Persons was formed, but no one appeared before the Judicial Commission. The Chief Minister assured all possible cooperation with the cabinet committee on behalf of the provincial government. On this occasion, the federal law minister said that the federal government was striving to solve the problem of missing persons with goodwill and political in order to create an atmosphere of trust between the relatives and the government.

The cabinet committee also held discussions with the provincial ministers and provincial officials, in which, apart from the provincial ministers, Balochistan National Party (BNP)’s Member of Provincial Assembly (MPA) Shakila Naveed Dehwar was also involved. Chief Secretary Balochistan Abdul Aziz Uqaili, Additional Chief Secretary Home Zahid Saleem, IG Police Abdul Khaliq Sheikh, Commissioner Quetta and Deputy Commissioner also participated in the meeting.

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