Islamabad: Amina Masood again joins in protest for missing persons

ISLAMABAD: Chairperson of Defence of Human Rights Amina Masood Janjua has once again reached to Islamabad’s D. Chowk to continue the protest as she got released, Aaj News reported on Tuesday.

According to the reports, relatives and sympathizers of missing persons led by rights activist Amina Masood Janjua, vowed to continue their protest at Islamabad’s D. Chowk.

At least 12 protestors, Defence of Human Rights (DHR) chief Amna Masood Janjua among them, were detained after being rough handled by police.

While talking to the media at D. Chowk, Amina Masood said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif should take notice of the crackdown by the police. They took us to the police station instead of the house, she added.

Amina vowed to continue the sit-in unless the missing persons got released. The authorities have to arrange our meeting with the PM Nawaz, she added.

Meanwhile, Janjua held Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar responsible for the situation, saying that police could not take such extreme step without the orders of top officials.