RAHIM YAR KHAN - The central vice president of the Ahle Sunnat Waljamaat said that the law-enforcement agencies were picking up the Jamaat's activists, adding that in one year, more than 300 activists of the Jamaat have been killed.Addressing a press conference, Malik Muhammad Ishaq claimed that three activists namely Gulzar Ahmed of Lodhran, Inamullah of Lahore and Irfan of Toba Tek Sing had gone missing. "If the government wants to investigate, it should arrest our workers through police by registering cases against them," he demanded. "We will start sit-ins and protests, if our demands are not accepted." He said the Supreme Court should take a notice for the early release of these missing persons. Malik said that their four activists, all brothers, were killed yesterday in Karachi. He also alleged that former senator Faisal Raza Abidi is involved in target killing of his Jamaat's workers.COMPLAINTS HEARD: DPO Ahsan Younis gave a hearing to the complaints of citizens at Gojra Saddr Police Station on Thursday. He issued on the spot instructions to the officials for the resolution of public complaints.