Mahrang Baloch joins family of victim disappeared by Pak Army, supports sit-in protest

Mahrang Baloch joins Sit-in protest organized by the disappeared victim family
Mahrang Baloch with disappeared victim family (Photo: X)

Recently in a distressing incident, Abdul Razzaq Baloch, a Baloch youth, was forcibly disappeared on March 11th, at 8 p.m., by the Pak Army personnel who were dressed in plain clothes.

In reaction to this, the family relatives of Abdul Razzaq Baloch blocked the Sorab CD Road in Pak-occupied Balochistan and launched a sit-in protest until he was safely recovered. Dr Mahrang Baloch, head of Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC) while addressing Abdul Razzaq Baloch’s father Abdul Khaliq Baloch, stated that it is our constitutional right to resist all forms of coercion against us.

She applauded their initiative and urged the Pak establishment to end their policy of enforced disappearances, otherwise Balochistan population would protest this on the streets. She urged all the Baloch residents in towns and villages to come forward and support the distressed families against this illegality.

It is important to note that, since March 27, 1948, the Pak Army has forcibly occupied Balochistan and subjected the Baloch committees to violence and atrocities. The ongoing pattern of enforced disappearances by the Pak Army in Pak-occupied Balochistan is deeply troubling and demands immediate global attention and cessation.

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