Karachi Photo Blog

Saturday, August 16, 2008



Safdar Sarki spoke of his harrowing experiences of being kept in dungeons in military compounds in Karachi, Lahore, and Rawalpindi. Sarki's talk was preceded by a screening of "Missing in Pakistan", a 29-minute documentary capturing Pakistan's gross human rights violations encouraged by the US Government. Friday's screening and talk was a part of South Asian Human Rights Film Festival, FOSA's 61st independence year celebrations of Pakistan and India. More information on the ongoing film festival and the upcoming screenings can be found here:
http://friendsofsouthasia.org/

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At Sat Aug 23, 01:42:00 AM PDT, Anonymous AamirRaz said...

I have sympathies for Dr Safdar Sarki and other nationalists who've been kidnapped by the agencies.

 

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