Wronged souls don’t vanish: an obituary of Zaman Khan Marri – By Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur
Salma Bibi, a mother of four, sits in her cramped house on Qambrani Road in Sariab area of Quetta. Her family shares the premises, which has no sanitation facilities or drinking water, with three of her brothers-in-law and their children. Her husband is an auto mechanic who was recently diagnosed with cancer but, she says, they have no money to take him for his treatment. This, however, is not what keeps her up at night.
On October 30, 2017, Salma’s 16-year-old son Bebarg and 17-year-old nephew Shameer were on their way to Government Degree College, Quetta, when armed men in plain clothes arrived in three vehicles and whisked them away. Both teenagers were first-year students.
BALOCHISTAN: Mother and two sisters of a missing Baloch child have also been ‘taken away’ by Pakistani security forces, The Balochistan Post has learned from reliable sources.
The ‘heart-wrenching’ incident happened yesterday (22 July 2018) in Alangi, Mashkay.
According to sources, Personnel of Pakistani security forces in various vehicles raided house of Allah Baksh, and forcibly took away 55-year-old Noor Malik, and her two daughters 22-year-old Haseena and 18-year-old Sameena.
Countries with terrible human rights get on the UNHRC to protect themselves against being investigated, not to make change for betterment of human kind.
By: Juma Baloch
A day doesn’t go by without news coming from Baluchistan of Baloch people are being enforcedly disappeared by Pakistani state intelligence agencies, and this is not a recent phenomenon.
Baloch people and the situation of ‘missing person’ (as the enforced disappeared persons are called in Pakistan), go long back in the 70’s when the so-called democratic government of Z.A Bhutto’s was on the helm of the Pakistan state. But since the fifth wave of Baloch rights movement erupted in the late 90’s Pakistan stated to use this dirty war tactic in an epidemic proportion to crush it.
BALOCHISTAN: A man who went missing couple of days ago has been severely tortured and thrown at a road-side.
According to the details received by The Balochistan Post, Muslim s/o Muhammad Raheem was forcibly taken away by, what the locals accuse, personnel of Pakistani security forces on 18th June 2018 from Sholeeg town of Gwadar District.