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Akhtar Jan Mengal should play a role in my son's recovery - mother of missing Rashid Hussain

Akhtar Jan Mengal should play a role in my son's recovery - mother of missing Rashid Hussain

25 Jan, 2020

Current Balochistan

The mother of human rights activist Rashid Hussain has said that my son was arrested and disappeared from the United Arab Emirates on December 26, 2018 and illegally placed in an unknown location in the UAE for half a year on June 22, 2019 he was illegally deported to Pakistan. As well On July 3, 2019, news was circulated through of national news agencies, electronic and print media published that Rashid Hussain was deported to Pakistan. According to this not only the official sources confirmed that Rashid Hussain has been deported to Pakistan but we also have undeniable solid evidence and documentary of a legal deportation of Rashid Hussein.

Rashid Hussain's forced disappearance as a whole has been a year and a month long, She says. My beloved son has not been brought to any legal, investigative and judicial forum, nor through of PS, any information is being provided about it, which is why we, the elderly parents, have been brought to justice in the extreme condition of the pain of separation. Knock all the doors using the resources available to obtain the missing persons, especially the National Commission for the Recovery of Missing Persons from the country's Court and Supreme Court, human rights working organizations, tribal and political leaders. And from Balochistan claims of representation of political parties demand justice from Akbarin but everywhere Nothing came out except disappointment.

Rashid Hussain's mother said Sardar Akhtar Jan Mengal has taken a solid stance on the recovery of the missing persons and has played a key role in maintaining the present government of the country. He has been calling for the recovery of the missing persons from time to time. In the meantime, it has been possible for the recovery of many missing persons, which also gave me hope that they can play an effective role in the recovery of my son. Where I was given respect as in Baluchi cuIture was honored under the Sir Sardar Mengal Sahib himself assured me of playing a vital role in the recovery of my son, which encouraged me but did not know what the factors were. After which they neither said anything for the sake of my son's recovery nor made any serious effort, which led to my agony, mental illness.

Mother of Rashid Hussain has said that I have strong hope that the eminent young people of Balochistan will raise their voice on every forum for recovery of my beloved son as they have been with us before.

"I once again sympathize with Sir Sardar Akhtar Jan Mengal for the recovery of the missing persons and for the recovery of my son, especially if not released, at least for the sake of public disclosure and to appear in court," she said. Take steps by taking an interest.

Meanwhile, Fareeda Baloch, sister of missing Rashid Hussain Baloch, said that yesterday on Sunday 26th January my mother will protest and participated in the Jai Sindh Movement protest in Karachi to save recovery of missing person.

Fareeda Baloch says that tomorrow a campaign will also be run on social media with the hashtag #SaveRashidHussain, which will be held from 5pm to 8pm.

She urges social media activists, human rights activists and political and social activists to join us and make success our protest and campaign.


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