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مستونگ واقعہ میں ڈاکٹر منان بلوچ اور ساتھیوں کی شہادت پر ، چیئرمین بی این ایم خلیل بلوچ کی پریس کانفرنس
QUETTA: The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) has said on Friday that approximately 463 people were forcefully disappeared while 157 mutilated bodies were found from Balochistan in 2015.
Nasrullah Baloch, Chairman of VBMP, made these revelation in Press Conference at Quetta Press Club. Voice for Baloch Missing Persons is a human rights organisation representing the families of abducted Baloch persons all over Balochistan.
Four members accused of working against Islam
BALOCHISTAN: A militant group in Pakistan’s restive Baluchistan province has threatened a press club with “action” unless it expels its Christian journalists, club authorities said.
Fidayan-e-Islam, a little-known militant group, sent a letter to the Quetta Press Club on Saturday 14 Feb 2015, accusing Christian journalists of preaching Christianity through an unnamed TV channel.
“You call yourself faithful Muslims, while under your watch Christian journalists are working against Islam,” the letter, written in the Urdu language, stated.
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.
QUETTA, Oct 27: About 20 people, including women and children, set off for Karachi on Sunday under the banner of the Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) to highlight the issue of missing persons.
Participants of the ‘long march’ — led by VBMP Vice-Chairman Qadeer Baloch and carrying placards and photographs of missing persons — began their journey at the local press club. The march will culminate in a sit-in outside the Karachi Press Club.
The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons announced on Thursday that they are shifting their protest camp from Quetta to Karachi. They also revealed that they will be marching from Quetta to Karachi to record their protest and draw the attention of world towards the plight of abducted Baloch activists.
Members of political parties and civil society concerned over extra-judicial detentions, enforced disappearances and recovery of mutilated bodies. Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) had organised the session at Quetta Press Club.
BALOCHISTAN – Various politicians and civil society members have expressed deep concern over the incidents of extra-judicial detentions, disappearances and recovery of mutilated bodies in Balochistan.
The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons organised a session, “The role of democratic political parties and civil society in curbing the extra judicial killings,’ here at the Press Club Tuesday.