Yet again Pak Army forcibly disappears two residents of Jhal Magsi, Pak-occupied Balochistan

Pak Army forcibly detains two individuals from Jhal Magsi
Enforced Disappearance (Source: X)

Another incident of enforced disappearance by the oppressive Pak Army has been recorded in Jhal Magsi, where two individuals have been detained by the Pak Army and subsequently moved to an undisclosed location. The individuals are identified as Akbar, son of Nawab Khan and Jamil Ahmed son of Imam Bakhsh.

Reportedly, Akbar had previously been detained by the Pak Army along with his brother Yusuf. But tragically Yusuf was killed by the CTD which was a nefarious staged encounter in Dera Murad Jamali. Though Akbar was initially released, he has once again fallen victim to the hands of the Pak Army.

The tale of brutality one endures in the hands of the Pak Army can be seen when Akbar was released from their custody, he was in a handicapped state with full legs paralyzed. Despite his condition, he is once again detained by the merciless Pak Army. His anguished family members have expressed their concern over Akbar’s abduction and have urged human rights organisations for his safe recovery.
It is pertinent to note that since March 27, 1948, Balochistan has been forcibly occupied and subjected to a systematic assault on humanity by the oppressive Pak Army. Since then, the Baloch people have faced frequent home invasions, torture, enforced disappearances, kidnappings for ransom and target killings.

Protests against enforced disappearances have been going on for at least decades across Pak-occupied Balochistan and the Baloch Yakjehti Committee (BYC) has been holding a sit-in in Islamabad for the past two months, which they ended today and moved on to Quetta.

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