Mohammad Idrees Kamal, a leading peace activist died of brain hemorrhage

Mohammad Idrees Kamal, a leading peace activist of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and member of National Party, died of brain hemorrhage in Quetta on Monday. He was around 50. An email message sent by South Asia Partnership Pakistan informs.

Muhammad Idrees Kamal, Citizens Rights and Sustain, PeshawarHe had always remained in forefront in arranging rallies, peace processions and vigils against acts of terrorism in the province and adjoining tribal areas. Considered one of the most vocal progressive activists and an active member of civil society, Idrees Kamal was the founding members of Amn Tehreek (Peace Movement), a network of civil society members launched few years ago to raise voice for peace and against militancy and terrorism.

Presently, he was executive director of an organisation ‘Citizen Rights and Sustainable Development’ (CRSD), which was set up in 2008 and has been active in divergent fields including human and women rights, peace, environment, labour, political awareness, etc.

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