Pakisani Indo-Pak peace activist goes missing from Lahore


A Social activist of Pakistan’s who worked as a peacemaker and tries to build a strong rapport between Indian and Pakistani students, has gone missing by the Saturday from his residence at a Model colony in Lahore, Pakistan.
According to his friends on Saturday he set up a discussion session on the topic extremism in context of a recent sit-in staged by religious parties and the state’s subsequent “capitulation” to it. After that, he has gone missing from the meeting arena.
His mobile was switched off since then. Raza is a Pakistan’s convener of Agaz-i-Dosti, an organization that encourages friendship initiative between the youth of Indo-Pak. He is an accompanied by Lowkey Lokai, is another organization that fetched altogether for dialogues and debates on the critical issues that concerned to build for peacemaking.
Raza’s brother Hamid Nasir has presented an application for FIR to Naseerabad Police station but the case didn’t register yet.
 “Activist Raza Khan has gone missing from his house in Lahore. He helps manage progressive space Low-key Lokai and is the convener of Aghaz-e-Dosti an initiative to bring Indian and Pakistani students closer. His brother filed app but Police has [not] registered FIR as of yet,” Political activist and lawyer Mohammed Jibran Nasir tweeted by his official twitter handle.
Social media activists spread his missing news and tweeted with the hashtag of “#FindRaza” on the micro-blogging site Twitter.