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MQM says missing group of friends includes its workers, sympathizers

KARACHI: Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has said that the group of 13 friends which went missing while travelling from Karachi to Hyderabad included four of its workers and eight sympathizers and expressed grave concerns over their disappearance, ARY News reported.

MQM Rabita Committee in a statement said the missing people were its workers and sympathizers from Gulistan e Jauhar sector, who were going to Hyderabad for attending a marriage ceremony.

It said the missing people included party workers named Waleed Kamal, Shayan Rahman, Yasir Kazmi and Sajid Usmani from Unit-B of Gulistan e Jauhar sector. Others included sympathizers Adil, Raheel Khan, Asad Raza, Saad Hashmi, Adeel Mirza, Wasim, Rehan and Junaid Ali.

Read: Group of friends goes missing while travelling to Hyderabad from Karachi

All of them had set out for Hyderabad in three cars, however no contact could be made with them since 10:30 pm last night.

The Rabita Committee said also there is no clue of the missing people since then due to which their families are severely distressed.

It demanded PM Nawaz Sharif, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar, CM Sindh Qaim Ali Shah and Home Minister Sohail Anwar Siyal to take immediate measures to ensure safe return of missing MQM workers and sympathizers to their homes.

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