Pak Army forcibly disappears three individuals from Karachi & Awaran district of POB

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Three individuals forcibly disappeared from the Awaran and Karachi district of Pak-occupied Balochistan by the Pak Army
Victims of enforced disappearance (Photo: X)

Recently, three individuals from the Awaran and Karachi districts of Pak-occupied Balochistan have been forcibly disappeared by the oppressive Pak Army.

The victim is identified as Shakar Khan who was forcibly taken into custody by the Pak Army on February 9, 2024, in Karachi city when he was travelling back home from vacation in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). He is reportedly a labourer by trade.

In a separate incident, the victim is identified as Nasrullah, son of Dost Muhammad and Mumtaz, son of Nawaz, both residents of Garrahi Geshkor, who were forcibly detained in the Awaran district. Reportedly, the Pak Army summoned them to an Army camp in Awaran and since then, their whereabouts remain unknown.

These cases are not uncommon and are reported daily. Since the Pak Army forcibly occupied their region on March 27, 1948, the people of Pak-occupied Balochistan have been fighting against the atrocities and Baloch genocide committed by the Pak Army. Examples of these atrocities include frequent home invasions, disappearances, staged encounters, target killings, torture, embarrassment at checkpoints, and kidnappings for ransom.

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