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After my father’s abduction we lost our everything in search of him

admin Posted on 2016/10/20 8:37:30 ( 696 reads )

Exclusive interview of Ghulam Farooq Bangulzai son of enforced-disappeared Ali Asghar Bangulzai Baloch – By Faiz Mohammed Baluch

Can you tell us when and how your father was abducted?

My fathere Ali Asghar Bangulzai, the son of Ghulam Nabi was forcibly abducted first time by secret services agency (ISI) inter-services intelligence on June 1, 2000. After 14 days he was released.

Again, on October 18, 2001 my father was forcibly abducted along with his friend Mohammad Iqbal from in front of Degree College Sariab Road Quetta, by men who came in three army vehicles they covered their face and took them towards unknown location. Iqbal was released after 22 days. He told us that my father was in security forces torture cell. Till date he is missing.

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Families of missing Baluch march for justice

admin Posted on 2014/3/2 8:40:25 ( 2196 reads )

Asad Hashim

More than 2,150km away, in fact - that's how much ground he and a small group of others, mostly women and children, have covered by foot since they began their long march on October 27 from Quetta, the capital of Pakistan's southwestern Balochistan province. They are due to finish their journey on Friday with their arrival in Islamabad, Pakistan's capital.

Rekhi, known almost ubiquitously as "Mama" (Urdu for "uncle"), and his 15 fellow marchers are protesting against the enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings of their family members in Balochistan, a province where Pakistani security forces have been battling an armed Baluch separatist movement since 2005.

Rekhi's son, Jalil, was the information secretary of the Baluch Republican Party (BRP), a separatist political party with strong ties to the armed struggle for Baluch independence. He was abducted from his home in Quetta in February 2009.

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Baluch protesters walk across Pakistan

admin Posted on 2014/3/2 7:14:06 ( 1937 reads )

Relatives of rebels, activists and ordinary people who have gone missing in a Pakistani province have appealed to the UN for help after walking across Pakistan for months to draw attention to their plight.

Dozens of those who say their family members were abducted or killed reached Islamabad on Thursday after a 2,300km walk from Balochistan which started last October - a rare act of dissent by the often frightened relatives of the abductees.

The group of about 50 people said they would submit a petition to the UN asking for help and to draw attention to their problem.

Bodies of hundreds of pro-independence rebels have been found across the Balochistan province and many more have gone missing in the past several years, in a little-reported conflict in a remote corner on Pakistan's Iranian border.

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admin Posted on 2014/3/2 7:00:22 ( 1497 reads )

Thousands of relatives of missing persons and their supporters arrived in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad today. It’s the end of a 105-day march by activists who say their own government has failed to explain the whereabouts of thousands of Baloch it took into custody in the last decade. Umar Farooq reports from Islamabad.

Ten-year-old Ali Haidar Baloch has walked more than 1,200 miles across Pakistan, trying to find out what happened to his father.

“My father, Muhammad Ramzan Baloch, was picked up by intelligence agents in front of me on July 14, 2010,” Ali says. “We still don’t know where he is. I am marching for my father, and for the 18,000 other Baloch brothers who are missing or have been killed. We are saying if they are guilty, then bring them to court, if they have been killed, do them justice. We are marching to learn the fate of my father and those other 18,000 people.”

Ali and fifteen other ethnic Baloch with missing relatives reached Islamabad today. The marchers have been joined by thousands of supporters and opposition lawmakers have promised to meet them, but leadership from the ruling Pakistan Muslim League has not. Disheartened by their government’s inability to account for the missing, the marchers are asking the United Nations to intervene on their behalf.

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admin Posted on 2014/2/16 11:13:28 ( 632 reads )

by Mir Muhammad Ali Talpur

Apparently the Pakistani establishment understands the political and historical importance of the Voice of Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) Long March, therefore, desperately tries to thwart this potential political juggernaut.

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