Europe: Even doctors are not safe in Balochistan. Dr. Deen Mohammad Baloch and Dr. Akbar Marri are among dozens of doctors who are missing or have been killed. The Pakistan Medical Association reports that at least 26 doctors have been killed in Balochistan in recent times and as many as 17 have been kidnapped. Khuzdar, Mastung, Quetta or Jaffarabad – doctors are not safe anywhere as they are allegedly being targeted by the security forces and spy agencies. Instead of taking action against criminals and providing protection to doctors, the Balochistan government has acted against several doctors by suspending them from their jobs. The doctors in the region have been on strike for months against kidnappings and targeted killings.
Daily Archives: December 12, 2012
International Human Rights Day: Baloch people are facing state genocidal policies on their own land: BHRO
Occupied Balochistan: Baloch Human Rights Organisation (BHRO) staged simultaneous protest rallies in front of Quetta Press club and Arts council Karachi on International Day for Human Rights on Monday.
A large number of Baloch women and children participated in the protest to urge the international human rights Organisations to take to notice of ongoing human rights violations in Balochistan. They were carrying placards and banners of their enforced-disappeared relatives and extra-judicially killed Baloch activists.
According to online, Provincial Secretary for Home and Tribal Affairs, Captain (r) Akbar Hussain Durran giving details about the Peace Committees told them, that a meeting presided by Chief Minister Nawab Aslam Raisani discussing the law and order situation of the province and have decided to organize Peace Committees on divisional base throughout Balochistan.