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12 more Pakistanis arrive in from Sudan

18 September, 2005

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KARACHI, September 19 (Online): Out of 60 Pakistanis detained in a private Jail in Sudan, twelve more returned home on Sunday morning by Qatar Airways flight. Their release ensured after hectic efforts by Ansar Burney Welfare Trust International.

Nine of them returned home earlier on September 13. Those arrived on Sunday morning said they will address a press conference on Monday at Ansar Burney Welfare Trust International to inform people the miseries and atrocities they faced in the last six months in Sudan's private jail.

Those who arrived on Sunday included Shamsher Hussain, Arshad Mehmud, Abbas Ishaq, Kashif Maqbool, Samiullah, Ashfaq Khan, Basharat Abbasi, Mohammed Aslam, Saghar Abbasi, Liaqat Hussain, Nisar and Abdul Rehman.

Earlier those arrived are; Khalid Hasan from Abbottabad, Zakaullah, Nasrullah Khan, Mureed Abbas, and Muhammad Iqbal from Mianwali, Ejaz Ahmed, Zafar Iqbal, Haroon Pervez, and Muhammad Yaqoob from Azad Kashmir.

Remaining 37 Pakistanis will reach soon, said Fahad Burney.


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