ISLAMABAD-Chairperson of Defence of Human Rights organization Amna Masood Janjuia has termed the Protection of Pakistan Bill as a black law and announced to challenge it in the supreme court.
Addressing a press conference at the National Press Club today, Amna Masood Janjua who gained fame for her persistent struggle for the recovery of missing persons said that the bill was duplication of American laws and its implementation would turn the entire country into a police state.

She gave an ultimatum to the Prime Minister to recover 1347 missing persons in one month otherwise a country wide movement would be launched. She said during the first year of the present government, a record 12 dead bodies of the missing persons have been found.
Amna Masood Janjua also claimed that there has been significant increase in the number of people going missing after the launching of Waziristan operation.

She said a decade has been completed after the formation of the Defence of Human Rights and despite all the acts of terror and excesses, the movement goes on and will be taken to its logical conclusion.