Turbat: Protest rally against enforced disappearance of Doda Baloch and Gamshad Baloch


Family members and Baloch activists staged a protest rally and sit-in, in Turbat against the enforced disappearance of two students of Karachi University Doda Baloch and Ghamshad Baloch who were abducted by Pakistan security forces from their homes in Karachi.

According to details, a rally was organized by the families of the abducted Baloch students and people of Turbat against the enforced disappearance of Karachi University students Doda Baloch and Gamshad Baloch.

Addressing the media before the rally started Abdul Ghani Baloch the uncle of Gamshad Baloch said all they want is that their children be safely recovered and tomorrow we will present a memorandum to the Commissioner of Kech in this regard. The second option is a permanent sit-in, he said.

Rally started from Turbat Press Club Road and when the rally reached Fida Shaheed Chowk via Main Road a sit-in was called.

Addressing the sit-in, Doda Baloch’s brother Babar Baloch said that his brother is innocent and if the government has any charge against him, then they should produce him in the court. Speaking on the occasion, the sister of Doda Baloch, said that Doda Baloch had undergone a liver operation recently and had not fully recovered, so he should be released on humanitarian grounds.

Abdul Ghani Baloch, uncle of Gamshad Baloch, addressing the protest during the sit-in, said that our innocent children should be released. Students of other nationalities are passionately participating in protests for the safe recovery of our children because our children are innocent and they are position holders and good in their academic studies, he said.

Relatives of Noor Bakhsh, a resident of Dasht-e-Nagur who was enforced disappeared from Karachi, and relatives of Hafeez Baloch, who was abducted from Apsar, also participated in the rally and addressed the sit-in.

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