Pak Army abducts Sindh freedom movement leader

Chairman of Jeay Sindh Tehreek (JST), Soriah Sindhi (Photo: News Intervention)

In a disturbing turn of events, the Chairman of Jeay Sindh Tehreek (JST), Soriah Sindhi, was abducted by the Pakistani Army on June 13 from a town near Jamshoro in the Sindh province. This shocking incident took place merely two days after he organized a peaceful protest against the escalating atrocities committed by Pakistan.

On 11 June, Sindhi had led a peaceful demonstration outside the Press Club in Karachi, where he voiced his concerns regarding the pressing issues faced by the people of Sindh. His unwavering commitment to the cause of Sindh activism earned him respect and admiration among the local community.

The abduction of Soriah Sindhi, a prominent figure in the Sindh Freedom Movement, has sparked outrage and concern among activists and supporters. Calls for his immediate and safe release have intensified, and strong protests are being threatened if his release is not ensured promptly.

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