Missing persons: Protest rally held in Balochistan

People from far flung areas registered voice against enforced disappearances, discovery of bullet-riddled bodies.


Our Correspondent October 30, 2012

QUETTA:


Relatives of Baloch missing persons took part in a protest rally organised by the Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBPM) on the first day of Eidul Azha.


People from far flung areas registered their voice against enforced disappearances and the discovery of bullet-riddled bodies of Baloch political activists and intellectuals.

The marchers assembled outside Quetta Press Club. Addressing the protesters, VBMP President Mama Qadir Baloch, sisters of Zakir Majeed, daughter of Dr Din Muhammad Baloch said that people around the world were celebrating Eid and reuniting with their families.

However, the participants had taken to the streets to campaign for the recovery of their beloved ones who were taken hostage.

They claimed that more than 600 bullet-riddled bodies of Baloch missing persons had been recovered, while 400 were killed in targeted killings during Pakistan Peoples Party’s government.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 30th, 2012.

COMMENTS (2)

Balochi Shipank | 9 years ago | Reply

talib jan, it is important that we keep sending out such messages. since the protectors have become the murderers. or put otherwise, thugs are kings. we people only have each other. yes, it is important that we keep telling this.

Stop Hazara Killings.

talib hussain hazara | 9 years ago | Reply

stop abducting balochs and let them to live in peace on their land,govt has given free hand to the agencies to kill and compel them for enforced disappearances.

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