Balochistan violence: Another missing person returns home

He is the fifth missing person to have been released in four days.


Our Correspondent February 27, 2012

QUETTA:


A Baloch missing person, who was allegedly picked up by government agencies in January, returned home in Nushki on Sunday. 


Family members said Mahazullah had reached home safely. He was the fifth missing person to have been released in four days.

Meanwhile, a delegation of the European Union, led by its Islamabad-based Ambassador Lars-Gunnar Wigemark, arrived in Quetta and held a meeting with human rights organisations and Baloch nationalists.

Wigemark attended a function organised by the Balochistan Rural Support Programme where he met acting president of Balochistan National Party (BNP) Jahanzaib Jamaldini.

A delegation from the Balochistan chapter of the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, led by its deputy chairperson Tahir Hussain, also called on Wigemark to discuss human rights violations in the province, particularly the recovery of mutilated bodies, sources said.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 27th, 2012.

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PakPunjabi | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend

I am a Punjabi and whether the Baloch believe it or not, I personally thank Allah for every person who has returned home. Alhumdulillah! May they have a very prosperous and happy life! Ameen!

izay | 8 years ago | Reply | Recommend

about time! welcome home!

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