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” The Voice of Baloch Victims of Enforced disappearance was stopped to be heard in UN”



on September 26, 2019

Bolan Times ( PARIS ) ” The Voice of Baloch Victims of Enforced disappearance was stopped to be heard in UN : Voice for Baloch Missing Person ( VBMP ) , Vice Chairman Mama Qaderr Baloch said ” The Voice of Baloch Victims of Enforced disappearance was stopped to be heard in UN HRC Session.”

According to Mama Abdul Qadeer Baloch, Vice Chairman, ( VBMP ) recent Video message that his voice for disappeared persons was stoped to be heard in recent 42nd Human Rights Council session which is being held in United Nation Office Geneva this September.

” The legend ” Mama Qadeer was intended to go to Geneva to raise the issue of Baloch Missing Persons (victims of involtarily Disappeared Persons) was denied Visa by Swiss this month .

In Video message Mama Qadeer saying that I was willing to go to United Nation Geneva to inform the world again about Human Rights issues in Pakistan and to raise voice for Baloch missing persons he marched more then 2000 KM from Quetta to Islamabad and Karachi .

According to a Baloch Human Rights Activist , ” It is possible, the aim to stop him was that Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi was also visiting UN Geneva at the same time to seek support for Pakistan against India”.

Baloch Sources claimed that possible chances that the ” Pakistani authorities requested the Swiss authorities to deny Visa Mama Qadeer Baloch “.

In Video Mama Qaderr Baloch saying ” Violation of Human Rights , including Violations of international Human Rights Articles became routine on daily Basis in Balochistan by Pakistani Authorities”

” Daily Basis , Tourchers, Kidnapping, Extra judicial killings, Disappearance , showing extream dangerous situations in Balochistan”.

It be noted that , Mama Abdul Qadeer Baloch, was invited by Baloch Voice Association ( BVA ) a Paris Based NGO to come to the United Nations 42nd HR Council Session to raise Human Rights issues in this session which is going to be end on this week 27th September,.

https://www.bolantimes.com/the-voice-of-baloch-victims-of-enforced-disappearance-was-stopped-to-be-heard-in-un/

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