Campaign and references held on Dr. Deen Mohd's disappearance. BNM

July 2, 2017

Baloch National Movement central spokesperson released a statement and said, human right violations reached at its peak in Balochistan.

Daily abductions by Pakistani security forces have become a daily routine. This series of abductions continued on the Days of Eid as well.

Spokesperson said, on June 28, 2009, Dr. Deen Mohammad Baloch, a senior of BNM was abducted by Pakistani army and Intelligence agencies, after eight years of abduction still there is no news of him. 

He was abducted during his duty from civil hospital in Ornach district Khuzdar, Balochistan. 

For his release, beside BNM protest demonstrations, his family held public demonstrations, marched more than 2500 kilometers from Quetta, Balochistan to Islamabad, and also registered petition in Supreme Court of Pakistan, but still  Pakistani establishment hold Dr. Deen Mohd including thousands others into their custody without any appearance.

As well, today Dr. Deen Mohammad's family passed their days of Eid in a hunger strike camp in front of Karachi press club. 

BNM Karachi zone held a reference program and it was joined by BNM Karachi zone members.

BNM members Ghafoor Baloch, Ramzan Baloch including BSO-Azad chairman Zahid Baloch, Zakir Baloch and many other freedom loving activists are bearing inhumane torture in Pakistan military torture cells.

Spokesperson thanked social media activists for holding campaign #SaveDrDeenMohdBaloch which effectively highlighted Pakistani brutalities and Baloch missing persons issues.

Spokesperson further added, 26 June is observed as 'international torture day' yet the international organizations are unable to raise the issue of thousands of Baloch missing persons. 

More than 25000 Baloch are bearing inhumane torture in Pakistan secret torture cells and their families are being mentally tortured.

The abductions also took place on the days of Eid, from Jiwani, Awaran and Dera Bughti including many other areas innocent civilians have been abducted.

We appeal to the United Nations and international human right organizations to take notice on the human right violations in Balochistan and bring Pakistan to justice.

 

 

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