The march had started from Quetta on October 27, 2013.
RAWALPINDI:The long march participants led by Mama Qadeer Baloch under the aegis of the Voice of Missing Baloch Persons (VMBP) hope to raise awareness about human rights violations in Balochistan and demand the recovery of their missing relatives.
by Saher Baloch
THAL, Nov 17: In scorching noon heat, around 25 people quietly walk on the RCD Highway, before stopping for a break at an open air cafe.
The families of the missing, who started their journey on foot on Oct 27, reached Utthal on Saturday, led by Mama Qadeer Baloch, vice-president of an advocacy group named Voice of Missing Baloch Persons (VoMBP). The families continued their journey on Sunday morning, as more people joined them on their way.
Speaking at Quetta press Club, Nasuralla said the secret security agencies abducted his younger brother Samiullah Baloch at Shahwani Road Quetta but luckily he made a successful escape after the agencies car stopped at due to traffic jam.
He said: My younger brother was walking on Shawani road in Quetta when the armed men of secret agencies whisked him and put him in their vain but, because of the traffic jam he jumped off the vehicle and escaped from the brutal clutches of the agencies.” He said his brother brutally beaten up while by the security agencies in their car.
By Jenny Lei Ravelo
Frustration is growing among several aid groups pressing for access in Pakistan’s quake-hit Balochistan.
It’s been two weeks since a powerful tremor and aftershock rattled the province, but the government has yet to allow humanitarians in on the action.