Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Missing person returns home after 4 years

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One person released from detention where two more went missing

According to details, Nazir Ahmed was arrested and disappeared reportedly by Pakistani forces and intelligence agencies. Nazir Ahmed s/o Mohabbat-ullah was missing since January 28, 2016.

Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) has also confirmed the recovery of Nazir Ahmed from family sources.

Thousands of Baloch youth from different areas of Balochistan are allegedly under the custody of Pakistani forces and intelligence agencies.

Families of the missing persons have been protesting in front of Quetta Press Club, over the past decade.

On the one hand, where missing persons are being released from Pakistani forces’captivity, on the other hand, people are going missing on a daily basis from different areas of the country.

According to reports, Pakistani forces raided a house in Old Golimar area of Karachi city on Tuesday, and arrested two young men, Musadique Baloch and Mansoor Baloch.

One of the missing, Musaddique Baloch is the son of a slain BRP leader, late Sher Mohammad Baloch.

Sher Mohammad Baloch was arrested and disappeared along with the chairperson of BNM, Ghulam Muhammad Baloch and Lala Munir, reportedly by Pakistani forces and in 2009 the mutilated bodies of the three leaders were recovered from Murgap area of Turbat, Balochistan.

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