Pak Army abducts Pashtun rights activist Khan Zeb Mahsud

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Khan Zeb Mahsud (Left) (Photo - X)

On June 6, Khan Zeb Mahsud, a PTM activist in Karachi, was abducted by plainclothes personnel and paramilitary Rangers in the Sohrab Goth area of the city. His current whereabouts remain unknown.

Detention and enforced disappearance of members of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) civil rights group by Pak security forces have increased in recent days. Just a week prior, on May 30, PTM’s district coordinator for Killa Saifullah, Fateh Mohammad Kakar, was arrested during a police raid on his home.

The PTM’s activism has triggerred the Pak Army who is committing abduction and extra judicial killing of the dissent voices.

Human rights organizations are calling for investigations into the reported detentions and enforced disappearances, citing concerns over potential human rights violations against the Pashtun minority in the country.

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