Another peace activist, Raza Khan, goes missing in Lahore
Publisher: Europe Solidaire Sans Frontieres
Date Written: 05/12/2017
Year Published: 2017
Resource Type: Article
Raza Mahmood Khan, a Peace activist and social worker, went "missing" in Lahore on Dec. 2, 2017, shortly after he had organised a public discussion about a recent demonstration that ended in ignominious surrender to those seeking power in the guise of religion.
His friends last saw him after the event ended at around 8 pm. Since then, his whereabouts remain unknown and both his cell phone numbers have remained switched off. Not hearing from Raza for 24-hours, worried friends contacted all his friends, his family and also his neighbors, but no one had any information about him. At his residence, they found his door locked from outside, but noticed that the light was still on in his room. "Upon breaking the lock in presence of police, we found his clothes lying around, but no valuable things were taken".
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