Sister urges high-ups to find her brother

Saghir Baloch went missing on November 20, 2017

Our Correspondent April 21, 2018
Hamida Baloch addressing a press conference in Quetta. PHOTO: INP

QUETTA: Hamida Baloch, sister of missing Saghir Baloch, has said that she is still waiting for her brother’s return.

Saghir Baloch, a student of BS Political Science at the University of Karachi, went missing on November 20, 2017.

Addressing a press conference at the Quetta Press Club on Friday, she said that she had gone everywhere and protested for her brother’s release, but all her efforts went in vain.

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“I am living with the hope that my brother will return home,” she said. “He is innocent, he has committed no crime. If he has committed any crime, he should be produced before the court.”

She appealed to the government of Pakistan, the Supreme Court, the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, and civil society to raise their voice for the safe recovery of her brother.

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