Zia chairs meeting about parliamentary commission on missing persons
Home Minister Balochistan, Mir Ziaullah Langove chairing a meeting of the parliamentary commission on missing persons: Photo provided by DGPR

Staff Reporter :

QUETTA: Home Minister Balochistan, Mir Ziaullah Langove chaired the first meeting of the parliamentary commission about the missing persons in the province. The Balochistan government formed a parliamentary commission on the directives of the court with regard to the missing persons’ issue a few days back.

This high-powered commission would make all-out efforts to assist the families of the missing persons, Mr. Langove told the meeting. The meeting reviewed the method for financial assistance for the families of the missing persons. The Home Minister however clarified that the government would only assist the families of those missing persons who are not involved in terrorist activities in the country.

Commission to seek all details of missing persons

The meeting decided to seek all the details about the missing persons from the concerned authorities. The members of the commission on missing persons decided to meet the family members of the missing persons and vowed to make a progress in this regard.

The Additional Chief Secretary (Home), Zahid Saleem thoroughly briefed the members of the commission about the missing persons’ cases in the province. Balochistan Finance Minister, Zamarak Khan Achakzai, Malik Naseer Shahwani of the Balochistan National Party (Mengal), and Zabid Reki of the Jamiat ul Ulema e Islam participated in the meeting.

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