Baloch students protest in Karachi & Islamabad for release of missing persons

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Baloch students and other activists have protested in two major cities of Pakistan to demand release of Baloch missing persons.

According to details, large number of activists and students protested in front of Islamabad and Karachi press clubs in solidarity with protest camp of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), which is held in Quetta.

In Islamabad, the protestors marched through various streets chanting slogans against judiciary and government for failure to take notice against the ‘alarming situation’.

The protestors said that the women and children are protesting in the cold weather of Quetta for their loved ones, this protest is to show solidarity with them.

The protestors also strongly criticised the role of Balochistan’s provincial government, which ‘has been totally indifferent to the grave issue of missing persons’.

Separately, Baloch students also protested in front of Karachi press club demanding the ‘immediate release of all missing persons’.

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