Amna Masood Janjuia, Chairperson of Defence of Human Rights organization, considers that the Protection of Pakistan Bill is to be blacklisted , and has embarked on the decision of contesting its validity in the Supreme Court. She has previously made her mark in relentlessly working for the recovery of the missing persons.
Voicing her grave concerns over the bill, in National Press Club ,today, she apprehended the implementation of it would turn the welfare state into a police state, and termed the bill as mere replication of high-handed American laws.
She declared a final peremptory demand to the Prime Minister, of the recovery of 1347 missing persons, in a month time, otherwise nationwide protests would take place. She also gave the estimates of 12 mutilated bodies of the missing persons , during the first year of the present government. She also believed of the increasing number of the missing persons, ever after North Waziristan operation was initiated.
She said with conviction that irrespective of the elapsed time of 10 years ,ever since Defence of Human rights came into being, and regardless of the scores of instances of violence and usurpations , our efforts would ultimately bring fruits.