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Today another Baloch woman has been forcibly disappeared by Pakistani forces from Karachi.
It has been reported by social media that Habiba Pir Jan Baloch an artist and poetess who hails from Nazarabad village of tehsil Tump in Kick district, Balochistan was arrested from her home in Karachi this morning and shifted to an unknown location.Continue reading
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: 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.
HYDERABAD: A rally was taken out here on Wednesday to condemn ‘enforced disappearance’ of political, nationalist and other activists in Sindh and for the recovery of a social worker and writer, Wahid Baloch, who is missing after allegedly being picked up by security agencies personnel near Karachi on July 26.
The rally was organised by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) special task force. The participants, who included children of Mr Baloch and activists of several other civil society organisations, marched through the streets of the city after emerging from a locality housing the Radio Pakistan building and converged on the local press club, where they held a demonstration.
KARACHI: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has formed a three-member fact-finding mission to find out details about the alleged abduction of publisher and social worker Abdul Wahid Baloch, it emerged on Wednesday.
HRCP vice chairman (Sindh) Asad Iqbal Butt is the head of the mission, and two senior members, Abdul Hayee and Khizr Habib, will be working with him.