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Missing Nasir Baloch family’s uncertainties

Missing Nasir Baloch family’s uncertainties -- Shayan Baloch

       The cases of enforced disappearances is a tool sturdily used by the state forces and intelligence agencies to suppress and subjugate the voice of the people from Balochistan. On continuity of this policy, which is always followed by the kill and dump policy has severely kept the people psychologically victimized. Nasir Baloch son of Abdul Ghaffar Langove was among the victims who has been enforcedly disappeared on 15 December 2017 from Kili Ismail, Quetta. He is the only brother of five sisters who expect to see him as soon as possible.

      “In compare of human beings there live many people in this world. The ones who live as human beings can perceive the feelings of the depressed people despite of the ingenuity of ethnicity and religion. Where and how, the two off-putting questions that ever kept me confounded, have always been the pushing marks from the day I have been deprived of reasonable justice. The misfortunate and the grimmest side of my life originated when I decided to look at the human rights guarding organizations for the legitimate provision of elementary human rights, but neither the human rights groups nor any concerned authority helped me out to an appalling situation, which is for sure, if being faced by any one knows better the unbending fierceness”. Narrated Mahrang Baloch, sister of Missing Nasir Baloch. 

        Mahrang Baloch is among the hundreds daughters of Balochistan, as like others who lost their beloved siblings more closely fathers and brothers. A life in war torn Balochistan seems much worthless, parents are distracted to send their sons out, if a person gets late to home there emerges an uncertain situation of suspicions and the days pass out in such a routine. On the other hand, people from any sphere of life hardly ever expressed about the atrocities they face.
     Mahrang Baloch along with her other four sisters while narrating the story of their slain father and missing brother grieved over the situations they are facing and stated that,
    “The grim escalation of enforced disappearances in Balochistan has not only paralyzed the lives and regularly activities of people. Nonetheless, it has also greatly inclined the meditation of people towards education. The educational and the professional institutions both have been the places where students and professionally based persons have been the worst target of alleged abductions. Take a look at the enforced disappearance of our only brother, he was a student of Science College, Quetta but kept away from us being a son of a martyr Baloch political activist”.

  “The same press club where we came to record our cries for my father safe recovery now again become the only option to chant the slogans on behalf of my brother’s safe release along with my sisters and mother, what way else we should go, if there is any door of human rights group remains untouched to be knocked. We are fed up, we are fatigued to see the ways of our brother’s safe recovery”.   

    “When I open my books to read the lessons taught by the teachers. At the time I begin, on every page there comes the imaginary photo of my beloved brother. My tears tip down and my Mom often asks me the reason but I try to avert the cause of yell. There is no hope for me except my brother but I still try to be optimistic for safe release of my missing brother’’. Mehran-i-Sari, youngest sister of Missing Nasir Baloch.

    “My son Nasir Baloch was neither a political activist nor a member of any organization or party. Where he is, in what condition he would be, is now the most perplexed condition that doesn’t let me sleep well whole night. My daughters when see me in this shabby state, they often scream and try to consolidate me but still I cannot come out from this severity. My strength of tolerance has been dissociated on the day I have been deprived of by my only son” told mother of missing Nasir Baloch in a shivering voice.
   As like others missing persons Nasir Baloch’s destiny is in a grave risk. The most disheartening and shocking reality is that the police as usual refuse to register the first information report (FIR) of the abducted ones and this is a major violation as far as the laws of human rights are concerned. Family of Nasir Baloch has requested many times to the human rights commissions to assist them recovering the missing Nasir Baloch but yet no commission has replied amenably to lessen the burdens.  http://sangarpublication.com/home/page/630.html

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