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Commission Claims To Have Traced Out 3,938 Missing Persons

The Commission of Inquiry on Enforced Disappearances has claimed to have traced 3,938 out of 6,156 missing persons, as press release issued on Friday said it disposed of 3,938 cases out of a total of 6,156 by June 30, DAWN reported.

The commission headed by Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal, who is also the chairman of National Accountability Bureau (NAB), conducted 702 hearings in June — 194 in Islamabad, 86 in Lahore, 210 in Karachi, 126 in Quetta and 86 hearings in Peshawar.

The press release said that relatives of missing persons had praised the head and members of the commission for taking personal interest in disposing of cases of their near and dear ones.

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