In a distressing turn of incidents, Haroon Baloch, a national gold medallist player from the Bolan Taekwondo Institute Nushki, district of Pak-occupied Balochistan was forcibly detained by the Pak Army and moved to an undisclosed location. Given the history of Pak Army’s inhumane actions, rightfully so, his family are concerned about his life.
These cases of enforced disappearance is reported every day in Pak-occupied Balochistan. In less than two days span the Pak Army has forcibly disappeared four individuals from the Awaran and Mastung districts of Pak-occupied Balochistan, among them is a father and his son who are identified as Majeed and his son Ajeem. Another victim Mohammad Alizai was forcibly disappeared by the Pak Army after they forcefully detained him on February 2nd, 2024.
More than ten cases of enforced disappearances have been reported in this week from various locations in the area in Pak-occupied Balochistan. There are sit-in protests being staged by the families and relatives of the victims to secure their safe return.
The people of Pak-occupied Balochistan have been fighting against the atrocities and Baloch genocide committed by the Pak Army since the Pak Army forcibly occupied their region on March 27, 1948. The daily home invasions, disappearances, staged encounters, target killings, torture, embarrassment at checkpoints, and kidnappings for ransom are just a few examples of these atrocities.