QUETTA: The United Nations delegation for investigating “enforced disappearances” in Balochistan arrived in Quetta on Saturday, Express News reported.
The four-member UN Working Group will meet with civil society representatives as well as the relatives of the missing people to collect information about the missing.
Earlier, a two-member UN delegation arrived in Pakistan on a 10-day mission to investigate cases of “enforced disappearances” plaguing the country at the invitation of the government.
International and Pakistani human rights groups estimate thousands of people have been kidnapped and detained in secret prisons in the past decade, allegedly by security forces.
The Supreme Court is already investigating cases of missing people in the southwestern province of Balochistan, where the military has been accused of rights violations in its bid to put down a separatist insurgency.
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