Kharan: Two missing persons released after 4 years

Aslam Shohaz
Aslam Shohaz and Israr Ahmed were taken away by Pakistani forces during a military operation in 2015
According to the Balochistan Post correspondent, two young men hailing from Kharan city, who were missing for 4 years, have been released today by Pakistani forces.
Family sources told our correspondent that both of them were released today in Noshki city of Balochistan, and added that they were kept in the military camp of Noshki for past 4 years.
Aslam Shohaz S/O Gohar Khan and Israr Ahmed were picked up by Pakistani forces from their home town Kharan during a military operation, and according to the family, they had no idea for past 4 years if their loved ones were alive or dead until they were released today.
Families of the victims of enforced disappearances have been protesting for a decade now against the forcible abductions by Pakistani forces.
Voice for Baloch Missing Persons(VBMP), the organization of family members of missing persons, today on their social media page appealed for the safe release of two young men abducted last year from Noshki district.
Abdul Rasheed and Muhammad Asif
Releasing the details of the young men, Abdul Rasheed S/O Abdul Razaq and Muhammad Asif S/O Muhammad Panah, said that they were taken away by Pakistani forces last year on 31st August from Zangi Nawad area of Noshki district.
The statement further read that forces produced both men along with 11 others in front of the media and confirmed that they were under their custody.
However, all of them were never produced before the court afterwards and are still missing after 6 months.