974 missing persons in detention facilities and 616 in prisons, according to a Pakistani panel.

Pakistan Missing Persons Commission submitted a report to the Pakistan Supreme Court on Thursday . 974 people who had been reported missing were in detention centers and 616 were still in jail .

September 10, Islamabad (Pakistan) : The Pakistan Missing Persons Commission submitted a report to the Pakistan Supreme Court on Thursday regarding the number of prisoners in detention facilities.According to The Express Tribune, the Missing Persons Commission said that 974 people who had been reported missing were in detention centers and that 616 were still in jail.According to the study, 81 people returned to their homes in November.According to the commission, 9133 cases of missing persons had been reported.

The bodies of 241 people who were reported missing have been discovered, according to the study.The survey also revealed that cases of 6,926 missing individuals had been dealt with.According to The Express Tribune's news release, 2,207 cases of missing people were also pending as of November 30, according to a news story.In a paper submitted to the Islamabad High Court in March, the Missing Persons Commission reported that only 3,284 people out of the 8,463 missing Pakistani citizens had returned home.The commission said that despite production orders, the concerned organizations did not provide information regarding detainees in 550 cases.

According to the study, 3,284 people were missing and they returned home.In addition, 228 people were suspected to have died in accidents, etc., and the relevant authorities lodged an FIR about the situation.

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