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The Missing Persons Commission report to the Supreme Court revealed 2,302 pending cases

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The Missing Persons Commission has submitted its monthly progress report to the Supreme Court, which has revealed significant progress in solving missing persons cases across the country.

The report highlights the commendable efforts made by the Commission during the month of March 2024.

According to the report, the commission successfully disposed of 33 cases during the month, which is an important step in its mission. Of these cases, an impressive 27 missing persons were traced, and 18 missing persons were recovered, providing much-needed assistance to their families and loved ones.

Additionally, six cases were resolved as non-enforced disappearances, further strengthening the Commission’s commitment to justice and accountability.

The report revealed that eight of the persons traced were detained in different prisons, with one person reportedly in a detention centre.

Despite the progress made, the report also revealed the dire reality of ongoing challenges, as the Commission received 18 new cases of enforced disappearances in March alone.

It serves as a stark reminder of the continuing problems confronting the nation and the imperative need for continued vigilance and action.

The report highlighted the staggering backlog of cases, with a total of 2,302 missing persons cases pending before the commission.

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