Monthly Archives: October 2010

Baloch Community Norway protest march against enforced-disappearances in Balochistan

Oslo: Baloch Community in Norway has organised a protest march against enforced-disappearances in Balochistan. The March set off from Norway train station to Norwegian Parliament. A large number of Baloch children and women also took part in the protest. Speaking to Radio Gwank Balochistan two participants of the March said that they were protesting against the illegal arrests, extra-judicial killings and summary executions of Baloch political activists by Iran and Pakistan.
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فورسز کا مشکے میں دوبارہ آپریشن، ایک شخص کو اغواء کرلیا

RELATED: Pakistani forces attacked Mashky again, one person arrested and disappeared: BNM

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لالا حمید اغواء کیخلاف تربت و گوادر میں شٹر ڈاؤن ہڑتال، احتجاجی مظاہرہ

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Two bodies found and eight persons remain disappeared after illegal arrests by military and paramilitary forces in Balochistan

ASIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION – URGENT APPEALS PROGRAMME
Urgent Appeal Case: AHRC-UAC-168-2010

ISSUES: Arbitrary arrests, disappearances, abduction, military operation and extra judicial killings

Dear friends,

The Asian Human Rights Commission has received information that in recent days illegal arrests, abduction, killings and disappearances by the law enforcement agencies have increased in Balochistan province after the announcement by the Federal Interior minister that a lesson must be taught to Balochi insurgents by any means necessary. The Frontier Corps, a para military organisation, and the military conducted an operation in the sub district of Mashkay and used helicopter gunships on the civilian areas to destroy the hideouts of insurgents and arrest their leaders.

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A young man goes missing in custody after policemen raped him

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Pakistan continues the abduction of Baloch students and political activists

Occupied Balochistan: Report of the abduction of several Baloch youth from different areas of Balochistan and the persistent sit-in protests of the relatives of Baloch illegally detained persons.

Two students kidnapped in Khuzdar: Two University students were whisked away by a group of heavily armed men late on Tuesday night near Rabia Khuzdari Road in Khuzdar City. Father of the kidnapped persons, Qazi, Hassan Ali, accused Frontier Corps personnel of taking his sons hostage. According to Hassani Ali, a group of armed men barged into their house at 2:00 am and tied him and sons with ropes and blindfolded them all. “The armed men severely tortured us and they were FC personnel because we recognized them during their conversation and their way of talking using a strange language,” he added. He said the armed men whisked away his sons Munir Ahmed Sasoli and Saud Sasoli at gun point. “I chased the armed personnel and saw with my naked eyes as kidnappers entering in FC camp at Khatan, a locality of Khuzdar City” he alleged.
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Families of Baloch Missing Persons Protesting

BBC Urdu video report on Baloch missing persons. Family protesting for the recovery of their loved ones. Pakistan instead of releasing Baloch missing persons continues to abduct more and more people from Balochistan.

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Baloch teacher and his brother whisked away at dawn raid in their house in Khuzdar

Illegal arrests of Baloch people continue at the hands of Pakistani security agencies. 21 Marri Baloch have reportedly been arrested from Hub & surrounding areas in past three days only.

Occupied Balochistan: Abductions in Balochistan continue as a school teacher and his younger brother were abducted from their home in Khuzdar, Balochistan. Teacher Saufullah Baloch and his Younger brother Anwaar-ul-Haq have been abducted from their home in Khuzdar.
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