Gwadar: 15-year-old student goes missing

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Pakistani forces allegedly detained and disappeared a minor student from Balochistan’s coastal city of Gwadar, on Tuesday night.

According to reports, Pakistani forces raided in Niyabad area of Gwadar and forcibly disappeared a 15-year-old student Aamir S/O Muhammad Raheem resident of Dasht Hassadi.

It should be recalled that one year ago, Amir’s father and brother Yasir were also abducted by Pakistani forces and had been released after a long time.

Enforced disappearance is a major human rights issue in Balochistan, thousands of youths children men and women are missing, while thousands of them have been found dead, or targeted in fake encounters.

International campaign groups, including Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, accuse Pakistani security forces as the ‘perpetrators of illegal abductions’ in Balochistan.

In another news on Wednesday, grandmother of missing Jahanzaib passed away while waiting for the return of her grandson.

Jahanzaib Qambrani was a tailor who went missing from his home in Quetta, on May 3, 2016. His grandmother also took part in protests in Quetta and other cities for the recovery of her grandson. 

According to the family, when Jahanzaib was taken away, his daughter was six months old and now she is five and a half years old but her father hasn’t returned.


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