KARACHI – Death of banned Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz’s (JSMM) allegedly abducted leader Raja Dahir Bhambhro has been confirmed, reported BBC on Sunday 26 July 2015.
Raja Dahir was the son of Sindhi historian, writer, thinker and intellectual Atta Muhammad Bhambhro and he was Joint Secretary of JSMM. He was abducted on June 4 2015. About 20 days ago his body was recovered which was identified with the help of NADRA record.
Raja Dahir’s father Atta Muhammad said he was taken into custody on June 4 from his native village in Khairpur. Raja Dahir has been identified by his brother Abdul Haq Bhambhro. He told BBC that police had recovered a body from a deserted place in Nooriabad near Super Highway. Fingerprints of the body were used to identify the dead man. Later, NADRA confirmed the body of the man as Raja Dahir.
Abdul Haq said a villager had informed police about the body of a man with two bullet wounds in his head. Police kept the body in their custody for two days and then it was handed over to Edhi centre. Later the body was buried in a graveyard and it was marked as No 1.
It is to be mentioned here that Jeay Sindh Muttahida Mahaz was banned by Pakistan government and its chief Shafi Baraqt is wanted by police. The organization has been accused of planting bombs with railway tracks.
The JSMM has announced 10-day mourning over the death of Raja Dahir and postponed its March on August 30 entitled “Sindh Mangta hai Azadai”.
Courtesy: The Nation