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A delegation of Human Rights Activists will meet and Brief the UN Working Group on Enforced

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Disappearances in Pakistan. Baloch Voice Association

on September 8, 2017

Bolan Times ( Geneva ) : A Delegation of Human Rights and political  activists will be meeting the members of the UN Working Group on enforced disappearances on 15th September 2017 in Palais Willson.

The delegation will include the members of Baloch , Sindhi and Kashmiri Human Rights and Political representatives.  The delegation will be lead by European Senior Lawyer Randi Hagen whom is also the legal representative of Baloch Missing person Ehsan Arjemandi, and by the Kashmiri people senior politition and Chairman of UKPNP Sardar Shaukat Ali Kashmiri.

The delegation will brief the United Nations Working Group about the current status of the Missing Persons issue in Pakistan and will inform the committee in the briefings about the sufferings and expectation of the family members of the missing persons.

This is to be noted that Mr. Ali Arjemandi whom is the brother of Ehsan Arjemandi a very important member of the team will inform the committe particularly the sufferings of the family members of the Baloch missing persons.

Talking to our correspondents the lead member of the delegation Shukat Kashmiri , Chairman United Kashmir Peoples National party ( UKPNP )  said ”  I will inform UN working group about disappearances in Pakistan not only about the Pakistan Occupied Kashmir ( POK ), but also about the communities who are subjected to it,  and will request the committee to visit for the follow up of their last visit and this time they shall also visit  POK Pakistan Occupied Kashimir parts and meet with the family members of the victims and find out all instances that which forces are behind this crime against humanity.

Mr. Munir Mengal the president of Baloch Voice Association whom is the organized this meeting Mengal said ” I appreciate UN working group efforts for the protection of the victimes of enforced disappeared persons.  Our people are being disappeared on daily basis and this has became a routine activity in Balochistan, we are aimed to inform the committee members about all communities who are the victimes i.e. Baloch, Sindhi, Kashmiri, and Pashtoon. I am highly thankful to Mdam Randi Hagen for raising the Baloch Missing Persons issues at International forums and seek justice for the victims.

Munir Mengal, and chairman UKPNP Sardar Shukat Ali Kashmir both were disappearances by the Pakistani Military forces and are victimes of enforced disappearance. The delegation will be accompanied by other human rights activists, political activists and legal experts.

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