A man acquitted by a court in Noshki district of Balochistan was once again forcibly disappeared some hours later.
According to detail received by TBP, a tribal elder, Mir Jeeyand Khan Mengal told reporters at the Noshki Press Club that Bashir Ahmed s/o Gul Mohammad was first abducted by law enforcement forces on June 18, 2019 and subsequently on August 16, 2019, the CTD produced Bashir Ahmed before the court, on drug and ammunition charges.
Jeeyand Mengal said, both the cases proceeded in the Anti-Terrorism Court, while yesterday the court acquitted Bashir Ahmed in two cases for non-evidence.
Mr. Mengal further stated that, “last night me and my other relatives were in the guest house of Bashir Ahmed in Kili Qadirabad, that at 11 o’clock, unidentified CTD personnel whisked away Bashir Ahmed once again without any FIR and arrest warrant.
Jeeyand Mengal has appealed to the authorities to take immediate notice of Bashir Ahmed’s enforced disappearance and recover him immediately.
In another news, one more person has been abducted in a house raid by Pakistani security forces in Kech district, on Thursday.
Abductee has been identified as, Muneer s/o Murad Bakhash, resident of Kalero Dasht.
As per the local reports, during the raid, forces had harassed women and children and looted valuables from the house.
On other hand, Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), the campaign group by families of victims of enforced disappearance completed its 3804th day of continues protest on Thursday, in front of Quetta Press Club, in capital city of Balochistan.
According to VBMP, 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.