Waiting for a disappeared son

Parveena Ahangar was the co-founder of the original Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) in Indian-administered Kashmir and is the chairperson of a breakaway association of the same name.

When her son Javed was taken away by security forces more than 17 years ago, Anghar decided to dedicate her life to searching for justice for all victims of enforced disappearance.

I spoke to her in her in Srinagar about a woman called Muglee who lost everything when the security forces picked up her son and took him away, forever.

Read the interview here.

Posted in: Al Jazeera, Kashmir, Main Features

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