A PTI social media activist has gone missing in Karachi after attending a party protest against enforced disappearances outside the Karachi Press Club yesterday evening , family and police said on Saturday. Mohammed Salman, the general secretary of PTI Sindh’s social media wing and chairman-elect of Union Council-8 at Burnes Road has been missing since Friday evening, said his brother Muhammad Rauf told media. He said his brother had left their home in the New Chali neighbourhood of the city on March 31 at 4pm to attend the party protest at the Karachi Press Club, but when he phoned his brother for iftari, his cell phone was off. Rauf added that he spoke with Salman’s friends who confirmed that he attended the rally. He went missing in the evening and was allegedly taken away from the area, Rauf said. Rauf said he considered the “enforced disappearance” of his brother as a part of the alleged crackdown on PTI activists, as “so far four other social media activists have been taken away from Karachi only”. Salman’s brother said he visited Artillery Maidan police station at 3am on Saturday to lodge a first information report (FIR), but after much persuation, the police received his application and gave a “chit” to him. South Senior Superintendent of Police Syed Asad Raza said the family had submitted an application. He said the PTI held rally outside the KPC on Friday evening but it was not known from where he went missing. The SSP said he has asked an the police to approach the family and get information from them about it. Meanwhile, the brother told media that they will file petition before the Sindh High Court against the alleged abduction of Salman. On Saturday afternoon, PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi also alleged on Twitter that four social media workers were “picked up”. “Our social media correspondents Arshad Siddiqui, Mudassar Rehman, Fahad Siddiqui and Salman Sahil were picked up from Karachi,” he said.