Protests in Pak-occupied Balochistan against abduction of two Baloch medical students by Pak Army

Protests Erupt Over Disappearance of Medical College Students
Families Protest Missing Baloch Medical Students (Photo - X)

Tensions rise as the families of two missing students, Shoaib Baloch and Khudadad Siraj, seek answers regarding their whereabouts. Shoaib Baloch, the son of Khan Mohammed and a student at Bolan Medical College in Quetta, was abducted from his home in Food City, Taunsa Sharif, on March 9, 2024.

His family’s relentless protests for his safe return have echoed across various platforms, demanding justice and accountability for his disappearance. Simultaneously, another protest rages on in the Kech area for the recovery of Khudadad Siraj.

Hailing from the village of Karki in Pak-occupied-Balochistan, Khudadad Siraj, a medical student in Sargodha, Punjab, was allegedly taken by security forces, adding fuel to the outcry against enforced disappearances in the country.

This isn’t an isolated incident. The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), a human rights group, has documented thousands of such disappearances. These abductions target not just students, but journalists, activists, and anyone deemed a threat by the Pak Army. The families of the disappeared are left with agonizing uncertainty, often receiving the bodies of their loved ones years later, if at all.

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