Bolan: Pakistani Forces ‘Abduct’ Store Owner in Mach

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Pakistani forces have allegedly forcibly disappeared a person from the Mach, district Bolan, of Balochistan.

According to reports, Pakistani forces have allegedly forcibly disappeared an individual identified as Abdul Wahab Kurd. Kurd was reportedly in his medical store in the Mach marketplace when the forces detained him at 7:00 pm on Friday and moved him to an undisclosed location.

Earlier on Sunday, Pakistani forces detained three persons identified as Mir Zaman s/o Shah Zaman Samlani, Ahmed Nawaz s/o Khuda Rahim Samlani, and Sanaullah s/o Khuda Bakhsh Bangalzai, when they were on their way to Quetta from Mach.

It’s pertinent to mention that enforced disappearances in Balochistan are not uncommon. The families of Baloch missing persons have been campaigning for over a decade for the safe release of their loved ones. According to the Voice for Baloch Missing Persons, every day a new family appears in our protest camp, searching for their loved ones.

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