The Baluchistan Union of Journalists released a statement condemning Haq's death and demanding the formation of a high-level committee to investigate the brutal murder and provide security for journalists.
The Balochistan Peoples Party appeals to pressure the Iranian government to stop mass execution of innocent Baloch people.
Snubbing allegations and threats by armed organisation Tehreek-e-Nifaz-e-Aman Balochistan, female relatives of the missing persons on Wednesday declared that they will not back down from protesting and will continue the hunger-strike camp for the recovery of their loved ones.
Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) Chairman Nasurrallah Baloch has said that his and other members of VBMP’s lives are in danger. He has sent a letter to the Supreme Court registrar and the United Nations.
[The UN team] said that, according to the 1992 Declaration for Protection of All Persons Against Enforced Disappearances, no circumstances whatsoever, whether a threat of war, a state of war, internal political instability or any other public emergency, may be invoked to justify enforced disappearances.
Group’s chairman says Justice Iqbal misrepresented number of missing persons
The International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons have send the following letter to United Nations Secrtary General Mr. Ban ki Moon and head of Working Group on Enforced Disappearances Mr. Olivier de Frouville urging them to make direct contacts with Baloch families of extra-judicially killed and enforced-disappeared activists.
The Baloch Diaspora in Europe has held simultaneous protest demonstrations against continuous disappearances and extra judicial killings of Baloch activists by Pakistani and Iranian security forces in Balochistan. The International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons and Baloch Student Organisation Azad had given the call for worldwide protest on 30 August, ‘the International Day of Disappeared’. Protests were held in Ireland, United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden, Australia, Germany and Canada.
LeJ claims responsibility: Late in the night, the Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) sectarian extremist group claimed responsibility for the gruesome killings. A purported spokesperson for the LeJ said that his group was responsible for the killing of seven Hazara community members.
Enforced disappearances continue in the province as does the dumping of bodies and impunity for perpetrators. Frontier Corps and intelligence agencies are generally believed to be involved in enforced disappearance; in some cases their involvement had been proved beyond doubt, the report says.