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BSO chairman, Zareef Rind, whisked away along with his cabinet



December 5, 2018

From News disk of *(The Balochistan Post)* brought to you by *(Current Balochistan)*

Baloch Students Organisation (BSO), which recently changed its name back to BSO from BSO Pajjar, had its all cabinet members abducted ‘allegedly’ by Pakistani secret agencies today on Wednesday

According to the details received by The Balochistan Post, BSO Chairman, Zareef Rind, Secretary General Changez Baloch and Information secretary Aurangzaib Baloch have all gone missing after allegedly being picked up by personnel of Pakistan’s secret agencies.

Their senior joint secretary Jiand Baloch was already missing after he was picked up along with his father and brother during a raid at their house in Quetta on 30 November.

Read: Crackdown on Baloch students, several disappeared

BSO had called for a protest rally today in Quetta for the safe release of their missing comrade Jiand Baloch, but according to the reports, the whole cabinet of BSO has gone missing after the protest rally in the evening, which includes Zareef Rind, Changez Baloch and Aurangzaib Baloch.

BSO has also confirmed that leader of their organisation have been missing since last many hours.

Enforced disappearances that started in the early 2000s have never slowed down in Balochistan, in fact, a dramatic surge has been observed in the number of people going missing with each coming year.

Amnesty international and campaign groups in Pakistan have criticized Pakistan’s secret agencies of abduction-styled-arrests and detaining of student activists extra-judicially.

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