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A Baloch youth allegedly went missing from Kech district of Balochistan, on Monday night.

According to reports, Pakistani forces have beaten and tortured women and children during a raid on a house in Turbat city and forcibly disappeared a young man.

The detainee has been identified as Shabeer Baloch s/o Basheer.

The family of the missing Shabeer has confirmed his forced disappearance. In this regard, his sister has released a video on social media in which she said that “last night forces raided our house, severely tortured my brother, and when my brother got unconscious the forces dragged him away”. She further added that “When I asked the officials why were they taking my brother away by torturing him in this way, they started beating me and opened fire on us.”

The sister of missing Shabeer appealed to civil society and human rights organizations to raise their voices for the safe recovery of her brother.

It is pertinent to mention that enforced disappearances continue unabated in Balochistan, more than 45,000 people are missing from across Balochistan. Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International have accused Pakistani security forces as the perpetrators of illegal abductions in Balochistan.


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