The Pakistan Army on Thursday arrested and disappeared three women in Gichk, district Panjgur as it unleased a fresh wave of terror across Pakistan-occupied Balochistan (POB).
On Thursday morning the Pakistan Army soldiers in battle fatigues raided a house in Toba area of Gichk at Panjgur. The soldiers looted houses and then took three women into custody. The Baloch women who have been abducted and forcibly disappeared by Pakistan Army have been identified as Raj Bibi (daughter of Pindok Baloch), Nazal (daughter of Musafir Baloch) and Kapot (daughter of Awaz Baloch).
Over the last several days Pakistan Army has been conducting raids in Gichk and its surrounding areas Toba, Soler, Wadi Mashkai and Jhaoo.
Balochistan attained its independence from British rule on 11 August 1947, four days before Pakistan and India attained their independence on 15 August 1947. Thereafter Pakistan under Mohammed Ali Jinnah deceitfully and illegally captured Balochistan on 27 March 1948. Baloch nationals have been fighting for their independence since that time. Pakistani regime and Pakistan Army use brute force on unarmed Baloch nationals including women and children to suppress the Balochistan’s freedom struggle.