Over 81 missing persons returned home in November, 98 news cases reported: Commission

Over 81 missing persons returned home in November, 98 news cases reported: Commission

The Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances on Thursday revealed in its progress report submitted to the Supreme Court that 81 missing people returned to their homes in November, while it it received 98 new cases.

In its report, the commission said that it traced more than 1500 missing persons that are currently are either in detention centers or in jails. ” 974 people deemed missing were in detention centers while 616 were in jails,” read the report.

The commission told the SC that the bodies of 241 missing persons were recovered from different parts of the country.

It said that the commission received 9,133 complaints from different parts of the country of individuals going missing.

Highlighting its performance, the report claimed that as many as 6,926 cases have been disposed of until November 30 while 2,207 cases of enforced disappearance are still pending with the Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances (CIED).

Only in November, the commission received 98 cases while it disposed of 101 pending cases.

Among them, the body found clues of 5,574 people and ensured the return of 3,743 missing persons.

The report read that 974 people deemed missing were in detention centers while 616 were in jails.

The commission told the SC that the bodies of 241 missing persons were recovered from different parts of the country.

 

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