Two victims of enforced disappearances have been released in Panjgur and Quetta, on Tuesday.
According to reports, Hizbullah Qambrani, who was abducted last year along with his cousin brother Hassan Qambrani has been released in Quetta city , while Hassan remains missing.
Both the aforementioned men were forcibly disappeared by the Pakistani forces on February 14, last year. Haseeba Qambrani, the cousin sister of Hizbullah has confirmed the recovery of her brother.
“Should we celebrate the recovery of Hizbullah or mourn the disappearance of Hassan Qambrani,” Haseeba asked the authorities.
It should be noted that, Haseeba Qambrani has been joining demonstrations and sit-in protest camps in Quetta, Karachi and Islamabad cities for the recovery of her brothers.
Another missing person named Isa Khan S/O Teemar Khan also returned home today, after being forcibly disappeared for five years.
Isa Khan Marri had taken into custody and disappeared on 17 June 2016, by security forces, when he was on his way from Quetta to Mastung for medical purposes.
Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), a campaign group working for the recovery of Baloch missing persons, has confirmed the recovery of Hizbulalh Qamrabi and Isa khan and called it a positive act.
However, the families of thousands of Baloch missing persons are awaited for their loved ones.
Whereas, another youth is abducted from Kalat district of Balochistan. Saddam Baloch was abducted by unknown armed men from Harboi Road on Sunday. He is said to be a well-known footballer in Kalat.
Political circles in Balochistan have repeatedly accused Pakistani army of forming hundreds of armed groups locally known as “death squads” in Balochistan. Locals say that these groups are involved in social evils and disappearance of political activists.