Rights activist Mama Qadeer’s grandson injured in “attack”

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Rights activist Mama Qadeer has said that his house was attacked in Soorab, in midnight, on Thursday.

Mama Qadeer the vice chairman of Voice for Baloch Missing PersonS (VBMP) said, his house was attacked and unknown assailants fired indiscriminately, due to which his grandson was injured.

“My grandson was hit with a bullet, which seriously injured him.” Mama Qadeer said in a video message.

According to Mama Qadeer, his house was assaulted at the behest of Deputy Commissioner, a government officer, therefore the Balochistan Chief Minister and Balochistan Home Minister should immediately suspend him and conduct an inquest.

He said, that due to unavailability of basic health facilities his grandson was referred to Quetta, where he underwent surgery at the Trauma Centre.

“Let us know what our crime is?” Mama Qadeer asked, “we have not been given the right to stay in Quetta and native areas, and the family is still receiving threats to remain silent.”

Meanwhile the hunger strike camp for Voice for Baloch Missing Persons completed its 4037 days, Social activist Advocate Khalida, Zarina Baloch and others visited the camp.

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