QUETTA, Oct 27: Lawyers boycotted court proceedings across Balochistan on Wednesday in protest against government's failure to trace Advocate Munir Mirwani who had been abducted two months ago from Khuzdar. The lawyers did not appear before the high court, the sessions and civil courts and judicial magistrates in Quetta and also boycotted court proceedings in other parts of the province.

They vowed to continue their protest for the recovery of the lawyer.

The lawyers boycott courts on every Wednesday to put pressure on the government to find out the whereabouts of the kidnapped lawyer.

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