Missing Pakistani activists’ families decry blasphemy allegations Mesha Saeed is the wife of missing social activist Waqass Goraya
Eastern Eye Staff
Families and supporters of five missing Pakistani activists on Wednesday (18) denounced what they called a campaign to accuse the men of blasphemy, a highly charged allegation that could endanger their lives were they to reappear. The accusations, made online and in a complaint to police, have unsettled Pakistan’s small community of social activists. The families of two of the missing men, Salman Haider and Waqass Goraya, described them as part of a “malicious campaign”. “This campaign can only be meant to divert public sympathy away from our plight and the plight of our loved ones, who have been illegally…
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