Karachi:Seraiki Awami Tarimat Tehreak Pakistan (SATTP) staged a peaceful protest on Wednesday outside Karachi Press Club against rising incidents of abduction, rape and murder of minor girls in the country including Karachi.
The protesters were carrying banners and placards demanding an end to child abductions and killings. The also sought safety of children.
Addressing the protesters, Chairperson SATTP Ms Abida Batool, President Ms Kiran Lashari, Sadia Shakeel, Nina Khurshid and President of Seraiki Awami Sangat Pakistan Mushtaq Ahmad Faridi said that protection of lives and property of all citizens including children is the prime responsibility of the government.
They said innocent girl Marwa was brutally killed in Karachi after being raped and her killers could not be arrested yet. The protesters demanded of the government to take urgent steps to prevent such serious incidents of violence and murder of children across the country and ensure the safety of all citizens.
Senior leaders Malik Riaz, Hanif Channa, Zahid Abbas Khan, Shakeel Anjum Lashari, Malik Afzal, Abdul Khaliq Ichha, Malik Islam, Ayaz Rasool, Malik Saleem, Journalists families and others were present on the occasion.