Pakistani security forces have abducted sister and other family members of famous Baloch leader Aslam Baloch from Quetta.
According to details obtained by The Balochisran Post, Pakistani security forces raided the family home in Basheer chowk, Qambrani road Quetta on Monday.
Security forces abducted Aslam Baloch’s sister along with her four sons – one and half years old Irfan Baloch, 7 years old Guharam Baloch, 9 years old Meerak Baloch and 17 years old Beebarg Baloch.
Pakistani security forces have “abducted” wife of famous Baloch leader Dr Allah Nazar.
Dr. Nazar heads pro-independence armed organisation Baloch Liberation Front.
Dr. Nazar’s wife, Fazeela and their adopted daughter Popal Jan were abducted by Pakistani state forces today from Sariab road Quetta.
The other women and children taken away by Pakistani forces include Bibi Salma and Salma’s 18 months old son Irfan, Ayal and Ayal’s two year old daughter Zaheerag and Guar Jan.
Karachi [Pakistan], October 29 (ANI): The Baloch Human Rights Organisation (BHRO) is observing an indefinite hunger strike against the abduction of human rights activist Nawaz Ata Baloch by Pakistani rangers.
The protestors urged all the human rights activists to join the hunger strike camp and raise voice for the safe recovery of Nawaz Ata Baloch.
The strike started on Sunday outside the Karachi Press Club (KPC).
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Reports from Balochistan and Sindh confirm 56 Baloch abducted and forcible disappeared in a few days. The detailed report is as follows:
On 28 October 2017, Nawaz Atta, the information secretary of Baloch Human Rights Organization (BHRO), a Balochistan based human rights group was abducted along with eight others from Karachi. The abductees include eight years old Aftab Younis, 17 years old Abid Ashraf, 17 years old Farhad Anwar, 18 years old Sajjad Yar Jan, Ulfat Altaf, Rawat Taj Muhammad, Muhammad Arif Muhammad Younis and Ilyas Faiz Muhammad.
Pakistan’s former Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, talking to the press, ruled out the presence of ISIS militants in Pakistan. In June 2017 Balochistan Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti told the media, “ISIS has no existence in Balochistan.” These are all lies. ISIS, not only does exist but the Islamist terror organization has training camps throughout Balochistan and runs death squads under the patronage of the Pakistan Army.
Abdul Majeed Bizenjo, a former Member of Provincial Assemble (MPA) Balochistan (1988-1990) is leading ISIS in Awaran. He was nominated by Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (IJI) from district Khuzdar (PB-32 Khuzdar-III) to the Provincial Assemble of Balochistan. His son Jameel Bizenjo handles the day-to-day terror operations of the Islamic State under his father’s supervision. Both, father and son are affiliated with, and take instructions from Shafeeq Mengal who heads the entire ISIS network in Balochistan.
Washington, D.C., October 19, 2017: The Sindhi Foundation held a press conference on Wednesday, the 18th of August to discuss the current state of affairs in Sindh Province of Pakistan, especially in regard to enforced disappearances of scores of human rights activists including the well-known leader of the Voice for Missing Persons of Sindh, Punhal Sario. Enforced disappearances continue to be a significant problem is the province with over 300 people being disappeared per year. The Sindhi foundation and several other organizations who participated in the conference are dedicated to ensuring that these enforced disappearances cease and all people are able to return home.
Two US Congressmen Mr. Brad Sherman and Mr. Adam Schiff, both members of Congressional Caucus on Sindh sent their statements in which they addressed their concerns about the human rights abuses occurring in Sindh Province.