Islamabad: The relatives of missing persons continued their protest on the second day and staged a sit-in at D-Chowk on Tuesday.
Talking to media persons Chairperson of Defence of Human Rights Amna Masood Janjua said that government has time till evening to render an apology over police torture on the protesters and to hold a dialogue with the relatives to end the demonstration.
A large number of protesters including children, elders and women are continuing their protest on the second day for recovery of their beloved family members.
They demanded that a case should be initiated in the court if their relatives have been charged, but to keep them away from their families without any news is tormenting for the families.
Earlier the Islamabad DC released all activists arrested by the police following the PM’s order. Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan ordered an inquiry into the incident of police thrash.
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