Human rights activist Salman Haider goes missing in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: Salman Haider, a human rights activist and a professor at the Fatimah Jinnah Women University, has reportedly gone missing from the federal capital.
According to police, Haider’s wife lodged a First Information Report (FIR) at the Lohi Bher police station over the incident.
Haider reportedly went to Banigala on Friday and his car was later recovered by from Koral Chowk. His wife had received a SMS on her mobile phone to collect his car from the Koral Chowk.
Haider is also a poet, columnist and a theater artist.
#RecoverSalmanHaider who was kidnapped yesterday. He’s a poet, an activist and a professor at Fatima Jinnah University
— Syed Ali Abbas Zaidi (@Ali_Abbas_Zaidi) January 7, 2017
— Riaz Ali Turi (@RiazToori) January 7, 2017
#RecoverSalmanHaider AND tell the world that Pakistan is NOT a ‘Banana State’ & its progressive peaceful citizens enjoy equal protection.
— Junaid Qaiser (@JunaidQaiser) January 7, 2017
The govt must do whatever it takes to #RecoverSalmanHaider. Let’s stand with the man who stood for all of us.
— Ali Salman Alvi (@alisalmanalvi) January 7, 2017
— Ibad Ali (@AliIbad) January 7, 2017