Qamber Chakar Baloch, 24, who was a member of the Central Committee of the Baloch Students Organization Azad, he was abducted for a second time by “Pakistani fascist forces” on November 26, 2010 from his house in Shahi Tump, and Ilyas Nazar Baloch, 26, who was a member BSO Azad in Quetta was abducted by “Pakistani fascist forces” on December 22, 2010.
Both the young Baloch activists who dreamed about freedom of their homeland Balochistan were tortured and killed by Pakistani state, their mutilated bodies were found dumped in Pedark near Turbat.
File Photo: Nawab Jan Nazar Baloch
Occupied Balochistan: Nawab Jan Nazar Baloch have reached home. He was abducted by people in plain cloths from Turbat on Thursday morning 22 November 2012.
According to family, Nawab Jan Nazar Baloch elder brother of Ilyas Nazar was realised by his abductor after 25 days in their captivity near Jusak at 3 am, on 16 December 2012.
File Photo: Nawab Jan Nazar Baloch
Occupied Balochistan: The mother of martyr Ilyas Nazar has demanded in a press release, that the claimants of Islam and humanism should raise their voice for the safe recovery of her son Nawab Nazar. “He is the only breadwinner of house”, she said.
Nawab Nazar’s mother has also urged the Chief Justice, to take immediate action for safe recovery of Nawab Nazar, and provide them justice.
She further said that, Nawab Nazar was never involved in politics or any other activities. “I even don’t know why they have abducted my son and punishing him”, she asked. She appealed to the abductors of her son to inform her if her son has caused any harm to them.
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Occupied Balochistan: Enforce disappearance of Baloch youth continues unabated. Shaheed Ilyas Nizar’s elder brother, Nawab Jan Nizar Baloch was abducted from Turbat.
According to detail on Thursday morning (22 November 2012) when Nawab Jan with his younger brother and a relative was travelling from Absor to Turbat at “Do Corm River” he was abducted by people in plain cloths.
“We have information about the release of 10 missing persons, but the officials concerned have not shared the report in this regard,” an official of the Balochistan government told Dawn.
Nasrullah Baloch, a spokesman for The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons, told reporters that intelligence officials had taken away the four persons, all of whom hailed from Makran division. One of them had been missing for the past one year while the three others disappeared last month.
Occupied Balochistan,QUETTA:The bullet-riddled dead body of a Baloch journalist was recovered from Quetta on Friday, police said.Family members said Rehmatullah Shaeen, a correspondent of anti-government Daily Tawar newspaper in Bolan District, had abducted by Pakistani military forces almost a month ago when he was traveling from his native town to Quetta.
Qazi Dad M Rehan
Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) has released an urgent appeal to save the life of Qazi Dad Mohammad Rehan, General Secretary of Gwadar Press Club and former Information Secretary of BNM. Mr. Rehan is a journalist of rare courage and a colleague of Abdul Hameed Hayatan whose bullet-ridden body was found after his abduction by the Pakistani security forces. BHRC appeal has been sent out to Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, U.N., international organizations of journalists, congressional representatives, members of parliaments, and world leaders in Europe, Canada, and U.S.
by Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur
Zakir Majeed, Abdul Hamid Jamal, Mehboob Wadhela, Faiz Mohammad Marri and hundreds of other Baloch — it is impossible to name all — are missing. The unrestrained impunity with which they are disappeared, tortured and then thrown along highways just shows the epoch that the perpetrators suppose they live in
Qambar Chakar’s story begins on July 10, 2008 when he, Khurshid Baloch and Qayyum Baloch, then studying in Balochistan University of Information Technology and Management Sciences (BUITMS), began a hunger strike unto death to protest the discriminatory admission policy. Based on open merit for the entire Balochistan, it meant that students from backwaters could not even hope to enter BUITMS. Qambar and his protesting companions wanted the open merit to be devolved to district level to afford equal opportunities to all areas.
New York, January 11, 2011: The Committee to Protect Journalists joins with our colleagues in Pakistan in calling for a full investigation into the killing of Ilyas Nizzar, who was found dead in Pidarak, in the volatile Baluchistan province, in Pakistan’s southwest, on January 5. Nizzar, a general assignment reporter with the Baluch-language magazine Darwanth, had been missing and assumed abducted since December 28. According to the Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists, Nizzar’s body was found on a dirt road near the small town of Pidrak, about 90 miles (140 kilometers) west of Karachi on Wednesday.
London: A large number of Baloch and their friends have gathered at 10 Dawning Street, London to protest against continuation of Human Rights abuses in Baluchistan by Pakistan and Iran. The protesters demanded of the British government to stop supporting Pakistan as the country was committing atrocities in Balochistan and carrying out the genocide of Baloch Nation.