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Another person has beeen forcibly disappearedby the Pakistani forces from Kech area of Balochistan and Voice of Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) camp in Quetta, completed 3948 protesting days today, on Monday.

According to the details, Earlier on Monday Pakistani forces raided a houses Aksani Bazar in Apsar area of Turbat and forcibly disappeared a 30 years old men, who have been identified as Faqeer S/o Dil Wash.

While Families of Baloch Missing persons area continuously protesting since two decades. Today The protest of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan, has completed 3948 days. Abdul Ghaffar Qambrani of the National Party visited the camp and expressed solidarity with the family, while the family of the missing human rights activist Rashid Hussain Baloch recorded their protest.

Speaking on the occasion, VBMP leader Mama Qadeer Baloch said that Baloch has established a strong position in the world. Today, in most countries, the Baloch issue is spoken and written about, and history tells us that it is important to speak out for a peaceful struggle. If peace-loving nations want to see peace in the region, then the Baloch should support the families of the missing.

The relatives of the missing Rashid Hussain in the camp said that they are still waiting for the recovery of Rashid Hussain. The announcement of Rashid Hussain by Pakistani agencies is adding us to grave-corner about the life of Rashid Hussain as the UAE and Pakistan together forcibly disappeared him”.

Mama Qadeer Baloch said that the life of Rashid Hussain is in grave danger. Rashid Hussain is in the custody of Pakistan but he was declared an advertisement by the institutions. We corner that Rashid Hussain should not be harmed by extrajudicial killings like journalist Sajid Hussain.

VBMP was formed by the families of missing persons to raise voice against forceful disappearances in Balochistan, allegedly by Pakistani security forces. VBMP has organized numerous events, protests and rallies, including a long walk from Quetta to Karachi and then to Islamabad.

As per VBMP, as many as 45,000 Baloch men, women and children have been disappeared, who are languishing in torture cells.

VBMP also alleges that at least 5,000 missing persons have been killed and dumped over last one decade.

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