Families joins VBMP camp against Pakistan Army’s enforced disappearances

VBMP Camp Protests Enforced Disappearances in Quetta
Families Speak Out at VBMP Camp (Photo - X)

Families of the enforcedly disappeared Gul Mohd Mari and Mitta Khan Mari gathered at the Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) protest camp in Quetta in Pak-occupied-Balochistan to demand justice and the release of their loved ones.

Expressing her anguish in a video message, mother of Gul Muhammad Marri lamented saying, “I am the mother of Gul Muhammad Marri. It has been 12 years since my son was forcibly disappeared. Despite my poverty and weakness, I am here to plead for my son’s return. If he is found innocent, he should be released immediately.”

Mama Qadeer, the Vice Chairman of VBMP, leading the protest camp demanding the safe recovery of missing victims, completed 5396 days on 31st March this year.

The gathering shed light on the grim reality faced by the Baloch population after the Pakistan Army’s brutal occupation since 1948. Routine raids, abductions, and the absence of essential infrastructure have become routine, subjecting Baloch communities to immense suffering and oppression.

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