Human rights and political activists have demanded the Sindh government to induct the human right bodies and civil society in the inquiry commission constituted for investigation of police action against women at assembly.
The activists expressing concern over the torture of women protest in police custody and demanded the Chief Minister Sindh to take action against responsible police official.
The activists Sheema Kirmani, Mehnaz Rehman, Uzma Noorani, Sara Zaman, Naghma Shiekh and Sajida Baloch strongly condemned the police for using abusive language for women protesters and tried to disrespect them biblically.
They said women were being lodged protest for the recovery of Baloch disappeared persons particularly two Baloch students studying in Karachi university.
The women leaders said it was peaceful protest bur police attacked on them and manhandled the women and arrested them.
They said constitution provided the right of protest but police behave them like anti state.
The activists said Chief minister taken notice and constituted a committee for investigation and directed them to report seven says about culprits.
However, activists said seven days dateline was over and committee did nothing.
They said how police committee take action against policemen and demanded the Sindh government to induct human right bodies and civil society in the investigation committee for the prob.
They said human right bodies and civil society will lodge protest if demand were not fulfilled.
They also demanded legislation in Sindh against forced missing persons.