14 Feb 2014
Last updated during 13:18 ET
Kareem Khan had not been listened from given 5 February
A Pakistani anti-drone supporter who was abducted from his home in February, days before he was due to attest before European MPs, has reappeared.
Kareem Khan’s counsel says he was kidnapped, tortured and interrogated before being dumped nearby Islamabad.
The group who seized him wore military uniforms, a counsel said.
On Wednesday, a Pakistani justice systematic a supervision to furnish him by 20 Feb or yield a reason for his detention.
The campaigner’s hermit and son were killed in a worker conflict 5 years ago.
The United States uses unmanned drones to lift out strikes on Taliban and al-Qaeda targets in Pakistan’s limit segment with Afghanistan.
Their use causes extreme debate in Pakistan.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has called for an finish to worker attacks in Pakistan, observant they violate Pakistan’s sovereignty.
However, a supervision is widely suspicion to co-operate in during slightest some of a strikes.
Article source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-26198207