Surge in enforced disappearances by Pak Army across PoB

Alarm Over Human Rights as Enforced Disappearances Spike in Pak-occupied-Balochistan
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Amid escalating concerns over human rights violations in Pak-occupied-Balochistan, reports have emerged of a recent spike of enforced disappearances across three districts. More than a dozen individuals have been illegally detained by the brutal Pak Army and forcibly disappeared, with their whereabouts remaining unknown.

In the Surbandar area of Gwadar district, six individuals – Sameer, Bilal, Dur Muhammad, Ameer Aslam, Nizam Qayyum, and Aman – have been subjected to enforced disappearance.

The situation is equally alarming in Dera Bugti district, where six more individuals – Zahoor, Dilawar, Ahmad Ali, Nawaz Ali, Khaliq Gul, and Jalal Bugti – have been forcibly disappeared. Additionally, the disappearance of Zahid Hussain from Chitkan Panjgur has added to the mounting concerns over the systematic violation of fundamental human rights in the region.

Pakistan’s military and intelligence agencies are solely complicit in the enforced disappearances of Baloch citizens. Families have led numerous protests demanding the recovery of their missing loved ones. However, since Pakistan has forcefully occupied Balochistan since 1948, it is exploiting its resources while oppressing Baloch community.

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