Paki Army uses financial support from international companies to expand Baloch’s genocide-Dil Murad

Shaal: Secretary General of Baloch National Movement in response to the custodial killings of ‘ten forcibly disappeared persons’ in fake encounters in Mastung and Kharan said that In Balochistan, Pakistani forces had been killing enforced disappeared persons in fake encounters, while the international community instead of stopping them are funneling financial supports or they had become a partner by exploiting natural resources of Balochistan in the name of investment.

He said that by following the instructions of the Pakistan Army, the government created the so-called Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) in the police department which was assigned the task of making civilians forcibly disappear and kill them in fake encounters to erase ‘the bloody footprints of the Pakistan Army. This year, in Balochistan, Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh dozens of forcibly disappeared persons were killed in fake encounters by branding them as terrorists through fabricated stories.

The Secretary-General said there was news of the discovery of at least 238 unknown bodies in Nishtar Hospital Multan. Recently, after the tragedy of Ziarat , the protest sit-in of the relatives of the enforced disappeared persons ended with the assurance of the Pakistani government that no one among the disappeared person will be killed, but on the contrary, 10 enforced disappeared persons were killed in two consecutive fake encounters within two days.

“Pakistani court and government representatives, opposition parties sitting in the parliament and ‘allies of the Islamabad government’ have failed to keep their promises and claims by preventing the forced disappearances and custodial killing of enforced disappeared persons. On the other hand, human rights organizations are also unable to play an effective role. The people have been deprived of rights and justice by the state of Pakistan. Despite all the peaceful struggles and protests of millions of people against forced disappearances, the Pakistan Army is not giving up its heinous act. It is an arrogant and brutal use of force aimed at the complete destruction of the Baloch nation.”

He said on October 16, Mushtaq son of Abdul Rasheed, Ali Ahmad son of Taj Muhammad, Habib-Ur-Rahman son of Abdul Samad, Obaidullah, Muhammad Dawood son of Sher Muhammad and Niaz Muhammad son of Abdul Bari was killed by CTD in a fake encounter in Kabu area of Mastung district. CTD to mislead the media, dubbed those forcibly disappeared persons as ISIS fighters.

"It is a pity that the Urdu website of the official media of an important European country falsely declared it a successful operation against terrorists. While cases of victims of enforced disappearances are part of the media and human rights record, irresponsible media reporting is like rubbing salt on the wounds of the families of the enforced disappearances."

He said on the second day of the Mastung fake encounter, on October 17, 2022, the CTD claimed another encounter in Kharan and four more enforced disappeared persons ‘ Fareed son of Abdul Razzaq, Salal son of Abdul Baqi, Waseem Tabish and Shukrullah ‘ were killed in custody.

"According to human rights organizations, Fareed son of Abdul Razzaq Badini resident of Nushkay was detained by the Pakistan Army on September 28, 2022, Salal son of Abdul Baqi from Noshkay arrested by the Pakistan Army on October 6, 2022 from Shaal and Wasim Tabish from Khuzdar on June 9, 2021. Waseem Tabish was a Brahui language poet and human rights activist, who regularly participated in protests against enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings."

The Secretary-General said even in these circumstances, we have hoped from our neighboring nations and the international community that they will raise their voices against these atrocities of Pakistan, but investors affiliated with some powerful countries are looting the resources of Balochistan as China, are close partners of Pakistan in exploiting Balochistan. We have repeatedl

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