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The families whose loved ones are released but the question remain why they were abducted- Abdullah Abbas

The families whose loved ones are released but the question remain why they were abducted- Abdullah Abbas

Jan 15, 2019

(Current Balochistan)

It is indeed a matter of relieve for the families whose loved ones are released but the question remain the same why they were abducted- Abdullah abbas said on Wednesday.

According to details, the general secretary of Baloch Human Rights Organizations (BHRO) Abdullah Abbas in a series of tweet said that "It is indeed a matter of relieve for the families whose loved ones are released but the question remain the same why they were abducted & kept in torture cell without fair trial which not only violates national but international law & conventions".

"Secondly, what about those who were Extrajudicially killed? Will the perpetrators enjoy impunity for committing crimes against humanity & most importantly for the information of those political parties who voted in favor of Army Act which paved way for the extension of General Bajwa, during General Bajwa tenure".

He said that, 3505 people were forcibly disappeared, 1216 people were extra judicially killed only in few districts of Balochistan where we have access. Majority of Balochistan is inaccessible. Releasing few out of 1000s to overshadowed extension of General Bajwa is by no means parallel.

He viewed that, The political party which claims the credit for the release of disappeared persons should also have the courage to take the responsibility of every individual who disappeared in mean time & should also demand the perpetrators to be brought to justice.

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