MONTHLY SUMMARY ON CASES OF ALLEGED ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCES- FEBRUARY, 2017

The status of cases of alleged Enforced Disappearances as on 28th February, 2017 since inception of this Commission is summarized below:-
a. Cases received upto 31st January,           2017 3804
b. Cases received during February,             2017 52
c. Total Number of Cases                                 3856
d. Cases disposed of upto 31st January,      2017 2581
e. Cases Disposed of in February, 2017      (Annex-A) 35
f. Total Disposal upto 28th February,         2017 2616
g. Balance as on 28th February, 2017          (c-f) 1240

PROCEEDINGS/HEARINGS HELD DURING FEBRUARY, 2017

a. Proceedings at Islamabad 206
b. Proceedings at Karachi 80
Total 286
2. Province-wise status of cases is given in the statement placed at Annex-B
3. The Commission has launched its website www.coioed.pk and information such as comprehensive list of cases, hearing notices and monthly progress report are available on the website.
4. The Commission has also setup its sub office at in the Civil Secretariat, Punjab, Lahore (Telephone No: 042-99210884). Mr. Faisal Manzoor, Assistant Registrar can be contacted during office hours for assistance etc.

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MONTHLY SUMMARY ON CASES OF ALLEGED ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCES- JANUARY, 2017

The status of cases of alleged Enforced Disappearances as on 31st January, 2017 since inception of this Commission is summarized below:-
a. Cases received upto 31st December, 2016            3740
b. Cases received during January, 2017                           64
c. Total Number of Cases                                                  3804
d. Cases disposed of upto 31st December, 2016      2521
e. Cases Disposed of in January, 2017 (Annex-A)       60
f. Total Disposal upto 31st January, 2017                   2581
g. Balance as on 31st January, 2017 (c-f)                     1223

PROCEEDINGS/HEARINGS HELD DURING JANUARY, 2017

a. Proceedings at Islamabad                                              193
b. Proceedings at Lahore                                                       59
c. Proceedings at Karachi                                                      135
Total 387
2. Province-wise status of cases is given in the statement placed at Annex-B
3. Information such as comprehensive list of cases, hearing notices and monthly progress report are available on the website.(www.coioed.pk)
4. The Commission has also setup its sub office at in the Civil Secretariat, Punjab, Lahore (Telephone No: 042-99210884). Mr. Faisal Manzoor, Assistant Registrar can be contacted during office hours for assistance etc.

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MONTHLY SUMMARY DECEMBER 2016

MONTHLY SUMMARY ON CASES OF ALLEGED ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCES- DECEMBER, 2016

The status of cases of alleged Enforced Disappearances as on 31st  December, 2016 since inception of this Commission is summarized below:-
Cases received upto 30th November, 2016                         3692
Cases received during December, 2016                               48
Total Number of Cases                                                           3740
Cases disposed of upto 30th November, 2016                   2416
Cases Disposed of in December, 2016 (Annex-A)             105
Total Disposal upto 31st December 2016                            2521

Balance as on 31st December, 2016 (c-f)                              1219

Honroable Member Muhmmad Sharif Virk, IGP (R)

Updates are in progress

Honroable President Justice (R) Javed-Iqbal

Updates are in progress

Honroable Member Justice (R) Dr. Ghous Muhammad

justice-r-dr-ghous-muhammadHonroable Member Justice (R) Dr. Ghous Muhammad
Former Judge, High Court of Sindh
Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan
Justice of peace (District Karachi East) Pakistan

obtained LL.B. degree from Islamia Law College, KU in 1965; LL.M degree from Federal Government Urdu Law College, KU (1981-82) (Secured First Class First Position and was awarded Gold Medal);

Ph.D. in Law (Topic “Development of Constitutional Law in Pakistan through Judicial Decisions”) from KU in 1995. Joined the Legal profession as a Pleader, practiced in the subordinate Courts at Karachi in 1965;

worked as full time Assistant Legal Advisor/Acting Legal Advisor, Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (1966-73);

enrolled as advocate of Supreme Court of Pakistan and started practice in the Supreme Court and High Courts (2001 to date). President Conflicts Resolution Centre, Karachi (2003 to date); Legal Consultant Mott McDonald. Pak (Pvt.) Ltd  in association with Nippon Koei (Japan) (2005-todate); Director Board of Directors of Noman Abid & Company Ltd. (Holding and Investment) Karachi (2006-todate);

Appointed member Board of Governors Sindh Judicial Academy Karachi. (2008-2010)

Judge of  the Sindh High Court (April 1995 to January 26,2000); Member Inspection Team, High Court of Sindh, Karachi

Publications:

Co-Editor alongwith Prof. Leslie Wolf-Philips of the London School of Economics of the Pakistan Chapter of “Constitutions of the Countries of the World” Edited by M/s Albert P. Blaustein & Gisbert G. Flanz, published by Oceana Publications, Inc. Dobbs Ferry, New York (1974-1982). Articles published on law, religion, psychology and environmental law in the Daily Dawn, Jung, Leader, Weekly Law Reports, All Pakistan Legal Decisions (P.L.D), P.L.J., S.B.L.R (2001-2002). Contributes column in weekly “Pakistan News” published from New York.

Awards:

Human Rights Groups of Pakistan (HRGP) awarded National Human Rights Award, 2000 in recognition of services for “Rule of Law” (2002)

Contact: 92-21-36337960-  92-21-36337984

Cell Phone:        0300-2117579 – 0321-2119192

Press Release, May 2016

The status of cases of alleged Enforced Disappearances as on 31st May, 2016 since inception of this Commission is summarized below:-

a. Cases received upto 30th April, 2016 3277
b. Cases received during May, 2016 91
c. Total Number of Cases 3368 Read more

Press Release JUNE, 2016

The status of cases of alleged Enforced Disappearances as on 30th June, 2016 since inception of this Commission is summarized below:-

a. Cases received upto 31st May, 2016 3368
b. Cases received during June, 2016 60
c. Total Number of Cases 3428 Read more