HYDERABAD: Civil society leaders will launch protest campaign from May 30 (Friday) for recovery of nationalist worker Rohail Leghari who was missing since a month.
Talking to nationalist leaders Punhal Sario, Akash Malah and human rights leader Dr Ashu Thama here on Wednesday, parents of missing Rohail said that their son was missing since a month but relevant authorities had taken no solid step for his recovery.
The nationalist and human rights leaders expressed grave concern over missing of Rohail Leghari and said that killing and abandoning the bodies of nationalist workers had become a new trend in Sindh, which was deplorable.
They announced to hold protest outside Hyderabad Press Club (HPC) on Friday, 30 May 2014 for recovery of missing Rohail. The appealed to human rights, nationalist, political and social organizations to participate in the protest drive.
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