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Five Baloch missing persons who were detained from Turbat, Panjgur, Sibbi, and Gwadar have been released, according to sources. The five individuals were detained at different times.

According to reports, four people were released who were allegedly detained by Pakistani forces.

Hashim Domki was released yesterday, after a year of detention. As per sources, Hashim was forcibly detained on 5th February 2022.

Moreover, Sabir s/o Abdul Ghani, who was detained from Gwadar, has also been released after remaining one year under illegal detention.

A disabled teenager Muzahir Zakir who became a victim of enforced disappearance a few days ago during a raid on his house was also released.

Meanwhile, according to reports, Sagheer Ahmed and Akhtar Ali, who reportedly went missing from Gana yesterday, have been released. The families of the victims have confirmed their safe return.

It is pertinent to mention that 5 people have been released from different areas of Balochistan in the last week.

Human rights organizations and political and social activists allege Pakistani forces and its intelligence agencies for the enforced disappearances in Balochistan.


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