Canadian authorities should leave no stone unturned, demands Karima Baloch’s husband Hammal

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Senior leader of BNM and husband of deceased Karima Baloch, Hammal Haidar, has demanded Canadian authorities to leave no stone unturned in looking into the circumstances of the Baloch leader’s death.

In a series of tweets, Hammal Haidar, said that: “Karima Baloch’s death needs further inquiry. My wife was an immensely courageous and spirited person. Her work as an internationally prominent activist speaks for itself.”

He added that it is their right to request the Canadian authorities to leave no stone unturned in looking into the circumstances of Karima’s death as well the threats she had been facing since moving to the country.

Earlier Sameer Mehrab, brother of Karima, had also urged Canadian authorities to conduct a higher level investigation into his sister’s death.

Karima Baloch, a prominent leader of Balochistan, had went missing on Sunday 20th December and a day later his dead body was found from Toronto, Canada.

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