Chairperson of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), Nasrullah Baloch said that disappearance of Shabir Baloch is against the Islam, Pakistan and international laws.
“Shabir Baloch has been missing for two years but Police hasn’t filed his case yet, which is a basic right of every citizen”, Nasrullah Baloch said.
Sister of Shabir Baloch, Seema Baloch, also distributed pamphlets today appealing public to participate in their demonstration on Thursday.
Seema Baloch has been protesting for two years and now she has joined the Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) protest camp for the safe release of her brother Shabir Baloch, who’s the central information secretary of BSO-A, a student organization striving for students and human rights in Balochistan.
A delegation of Balochistan National Party (BNP) Abdul Wali Kakar, Ghulam Rasool Mengal, Doctor Server Bangulzai and BHRO’s chairperson Bibi Gul, vice chairperson Tayaba Baloch, political activist Hooran Baloch and many members of BNM and BSO-A visited the VBMP camp and shared condolences with Shabir Baloch’s and other missing persons families.
According to Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), the campaign group by families of victims, more than 40,000 Baloch men, women, and children are under Pakistani custody.
VBMP also alleges that at least 5,000 missing persons have been killed and dumped over last one decade.