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Balochistan: Five persons went missing after being detained by Pakistani Army

Five persons were allegedly arrested and disappeared by the Pakistani Army from Kech and Panjgur areas of Balochistan.

According to the details, Four youngstars including two brothers were abducted by the Pakistani forces in Balgatar area of Kech, another case of forcefully Disappearance was reported from Panjgur.

The men were taken into custody and disappeared by the Pakistani army in the Sri Gadgi area of ​​Balgatar on Tuesday morning. who have been identified as Zaman Jan son of Sipahan, Majid son of Sipahan, Abul Hassan son of Rehmat and Ahsab son of Khalil.

Mir Sipahan was a resident of Gadgi and was forcibly relocated to Naag area of ​​Kolwah and he was killed by the Pakistani army during an operation in Kolwah.

According to sources, locals went to the forces camp and demanded their release, but the army has refused to arrest of any youths.

The families of the missing persons who were forcibly disappeared by the Pakistani army from Balgatar area of ​​Kech are still protesting in front of the army camp.

On the other hand, two days ago, Pakistani forces detained Alam Baloch from Panjgur and made him disappear, which was reported in the media by BSO Pajjar in a statement issued to the media today. Press Secretary Alam Baloch has gone missing after his arrest.

He said that Alam Baloch is a student of Balochi literature at the Balochistan University. The spokesperson further said that the enforced disappearance has gained momentum during the COVID-19 lockdown which is a “tragedy.”

During this year only several Baloch students were disappearances and most of them are missing since today, Pakistani Army and intelligence agencies have been accused by the Baloch Political parties and Human Rights groups


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