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VBMP held a protest for recovery of ‘missing persons’

Feb07, 2020

Current Balochistan

KARACHI: The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) on Thursday afternoon held a demonstration outside the Karachi Press Club, urging the authorities and institutions to recover their near and dear ones who were allegedly missing since considerable time.

The protesters, mostly women and children, carried pictures of the missing persons.

They chanted slogans for safe recovery of several persons, including Zakir Majid, Dr Noor Mohammed, Naseer Baloch, Rashid Husain, Haq Nawaz, Rafiq, Sameer, Abdul Hayee, Zarina Marri, Mohammed Ramzan, Abdul Waheed, Feroz, Wahab and others.

Talking to media, Mama Qadeer Baloch of the VBMP claimed that they had resumed the protest.

He alleged that the government was not doing anything concrete for safe recovery of the missing persons.

He said if they (missing persons) had committed any crime or there were allegations against them, they should be brought before the courts.

“If the courts award any punishment to them, it would be acceptable for us.”

A young girl on this occasion informed the media that her maternal uncle, Bakhtiar Baloch, has been missing since Feb 13, 2015 from Panjgur, whose whereabouts were still not known.

She claimed that her maternal uncle had gone there along with friends for picnic. His friends were released after sometime.

“If my uncle has committed any crime, there are courts and laws, he should be presented before them,” said the girl.


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