Pak Army forcibly disappears three men in Balochistan

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Disappeared men (Photo: News Intervention)

In a distressing turn of events, three young men from different areas have fallen prey to enforced disappearances in Balochistan, leaving their families in a state of anguish and uncertainty. The incidents have raised concerns about the rising cases of enforced disappearances in the region.

Saif, son of Umeed Ali, was known as a diligent and hardworking individual, managing a stationery shop in Turbat, Absar. On 1 August, his life took a tragic turn when Pak security forces stormed his shop and took him away. Since then, his family has been desperately seeking answers, but no information about his whereabouts has surfaced.

Naushad Baloch, a 17-year-old student and son of Mian Dad Bajeer, faced a night of terror when he was illegally detained while returning home from the Turbat Main Bazaar on the evening of July 31st. Pak security forces forcefully disappeared him, leaving his family devastated and uncertain about his fate.

Similarly, Kashif Ejbari, a dedicated student and son of Qari Inayatullah, was abducted in the vicinity of Hafiz Jamil Naseer Madrassah in Kharan city on the night of 1 August. Security forces took him into illegal custody, and his family has not received any information regarding his safety or whereabouts.

In the troubling scenario of enforced disappearances in Balochistan, a paradox has emerged. Those who referred to as “security forces” are the very reason behind insecurity for innocent families. This glaring contradiction has raised serious concerns about human rights protection and rule of law in the region

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