KARACHI A Human Rights Commission of South Asia (HRCSA) delegation will visit the metropolis to in order to monitor the Sindh High Courts proceeding on the petition pertaining to the May 12, 2007 carnage, said Iqbal Kazmi, representative of the commission while addressing a Press conference held in cafeteria of the SHC on Saturday. Kazmi, who was a petitioner of May 12 carnage, said that the delegation will be consisted of chairman of HRCSA Loral Erickson, general secretary Shoail Akhter, and others who would arrive here in the metropolis in Karachi from Sweden. He said that after the blooding incident, he had filed two constitutional petitions; those were pending at the Supreme Court Pakistan and the High Court of Sindh. A CMA (Criminal Miscellaneous Application) is pending hearing before the Sindh High Court since August 17, 2009 while a Constitutional Petition 29/2009 is pending before the Supreme Court since May 12, 2009, in which he pleaded to shift his petition to the apex court due to law and order situation in Karachi. He said that, earlier, he had withdrawn the petition of May 12 from SHC after receiving life threats when he was in jail. He claimed that he was threatened by PCO judge Khawaja Naveed and deputy Jail Superintendent Anwar Mustafa Zaidi during the imprisonment and forced him and his wife to withdraw the petition. Later, when he was released from the jail, he filed an other application to resume the proceeding on his previous petition in the High Court, he added that he is still facing life threats, he requested the government and law enforcers to provide security.