Tag Archives: Baloch Missing person
Pakistan Dirty War: from Bangladesh to Balochistan
Filed under Baloch Vanguards
The Moment Time Stops
“The pain of a missing father is thousand times more painful than all the blisters in the world and it was for him that I was walking and am ready to accept all the pain that comes my way in efforts for recovery for him.”
Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur
How does one measure time? I suppose the criterion varies from individual to individual, from situation to situation and this means that time is and can be measured in different ways. True, some may measure it nonchalantly in their life of opulence and ease while some may measure it as a tedious exercise in their abject poverty.
The different attitude to measuring time is dependent on the usual circumstances that human live and survive in but how does one measure time in extraordinary and abnormal circumstances for then the measurement requires completely different parameters.
Filed under Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur
Return From a Pakistani Military Dungeon
Thousands of people have been “disappeared” in Pakistan. And for those who reappear, life is never the same.
By Shah Meer Baloch and Rabia Bugti
KARACHI, PAKISTAN — This is a tale of every missing person who has borne the brunt of torture in a detention center.
The torture is meant to be painful but more painful and damaging is the psychological effect on the missing persons and their family members. The experience damages them mentally and reshapes their personalities.
Filed under Interviews and Articles
Balochistan: 22 Baloch abducted from different areas near CPEC route
BALOCHISTAN: Pakistani forces have carried out attacks in different areas of Balochistan close to CPEC on Thursday and abducted at least 22 innocent Baloch.
According to details Pakistani Frontier Corps (FC) and intelligence agencies abducted six people from Panjgur and Turbat Balochistan.
Balochistan Suffered a ‘Bloody August’ With 67 Deaths: Activists
A brutal crackdown seems to have taken place in Pakistan’s disturbed border province of Balochistan after Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted the human rights violations there in his 15 August Independence Day address.
The toll of dead and missing people has witnessed a sharp surge, with at least 67 dead and over 150 reported missing in August alone, local activists and multiple well-informed sources with access to inside information have averred.