APDP trustee Rehti Begum passes away

Srinagar, Apr 26: Rehti Begum, 70, one of the trustees of Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP), passed away on Thursday morning due to a heart attack.
According to the post shared by APDP chairman Parveena Ahanger Rehti Begum who lived in Cheke Kawoosa Narbal, Budgam, was the mother of Mohammad Ramzan Sheikh. Sheikh was a daily wager subjected to enforced disappearance after being abducted from his home by the personnel of Central Reserve Police Force in 1990.
Rehti was an active member of APDP since its inception in 1994, who would regularly participate in the monthly sit-ins at Partap Park.
According to the post, her dedication to the cause of enforced disappearances remained undeterred until her last breath. Even though her search for her husband remains unfulfilled, we the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP), pledge to carry on with her unresolved search for her son on her behalf and take it forward to its fruitful end.