Baloch teen returns home after 17 months of abduction by Pak Army

A teen victim of enforced disappearance by the Pak Army recovered and returned home after 17 months
Enforced Disappearance victims (Source: X)

In an expectational circumstance, a young man named Shahid Hussain who was a victim of enforced disappearance in Mastung by the oppressive Pak Army was recovered and returned to his home on 20 January 2024 which is nearly seventeen months after his disappearance.

While the return of some of the victims of forcibly disappeared individuals in Pak-occupied Balochistan is made, on the other hand, many individuals are reported missing, such as another young man who was taken into custody by the CTDC on January 19 in the Jafarabad district of Balochistan and has not been seen in public since. The chain of enforced disappearances only continues to grow in various regions of Pak-occupied Balochistan, including incidents reported in Quetta, Gwadar, Kech and Awaran alone in January of the current year.

Since March 27, 1948, Balochistan has been forcibly occupied and subjected to a systematic assault on humanity by the oppressive Pak Army. Since then, the Baloch people have faced frequent home invasions, torture, enforced disappearances, kidnappings for ransom and target killings.

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