I would like to offer my support and encouragement to the families that are victims of such involuntary disappearances. It is my hope that they will receive justice, and that their loved ones will be returned to them.
The inferno in Balochistan intensified on Monday. As the flames leapt higher, more bodies were discovered and explosions continued to claim innocent lives.
Unknown gunmen shot dead tribal elder and Khuzdar Traders Union former president Muhammad Ramzan Zehri and injured three of his companions in Kanak area of Khuzdar.
A delegation of the Baloch Students Organisation-Azad has met president of the Liberal Democrat London at the party headquarters of LibDem. The delegation, headed by BSO-Azad London organiser, met Jonathan Flyer, who is president of LibDem London and vice president of Liberal International British Group.
Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) strongly condemned the cold-blooded killings of a prominent Balochistan independence leader, Brahmdagh Bugti’s sister and niece and claimed it a political murder aimed at the hardcore movement for rights and freedom.
Karachi: Banok Farzana Majeed, sister of prominent student leader Zakir Majeed, talked to reporters and visitors at a hunger strike in Karachi on January 31, saying that her brother Zakir Majeed was abducted by state secret agencies along with two of his friends in Mastung on July 8th 2009.
Many journalists, human rights defenders and political activists have been extrajudicial killed and it is common knowledge that they were taken into custody by the ISI and the military but not a single case has been taken up by the "independent judiciary" -- the reason for this is unknown to the citizens of Pakistan.
Voice of Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) Vice President Abdul (Mama) Qadir Baloch said on Monday that he had received threats from secret agencies.
The situation in Balochistan shows that there is total collapse of rule of law and impunity to law enforcement authorities has become the order of the day. The AHRC urges the government to prosecute organizations openly threatening the people of Balochistan for demanding their civil and political rights.
Baloch parents must educate their children about two important facts as we mark the first “killed and dumped” anniversary of one of the most charismatic student leaders of our times: Who Qambar Chakar was and why he was killed. Although hundreds of brilliant young Balochs have been engulfed by the government’s ‘kill and dump operations’ in Balochistan, Qambar Chakar merits special tributes for his remarkable role in Baloch reawakening. Many say he was killed by the Pakistani intelligence agencies too young while we think they killed him too late as he had already left a visionary legacy.