By Rehan Piracha: Even seven days later there are no clues to her whereabouts, says the girl’s uncle while speaking to Voicepk.
After days of radio silence on the government's end, the Baloch missing persons camp took to Islamabad's D-Chowk to stage a sit in. Joined by parliamentary leaders, civil society activists and student groups, the protest is their last ditch effort to ensure the release and return of their loved ones.
According to figures released by the Human Rights Council of Balochistan, only during the month of December 2021, more than 63 people were abducted and are missing while 37 were killed in different parts of the disturbed and turbulent province
Twenty year old Aqib Chandio was abducted from his home in Gulshan-e-Hadeed, a neighborhood in the Malir district of Karachi in the early hours of Tuesday, July 7, 2020, by plainclothes men. Prior to this latest incident, he had been forcibly picked up on May 30, 2018, before being released a year later. It had only been 9 months since he had come back when unknown people whisked away from the young man yet again.
January 24th, 2021; By Hamid Riaz; LAHORE; Sanghar resident Abdul Sattar Awan has been missing for over 2 months. In a petition filed before the Sindh High Court his brother claims that Sattar was abducted by the police. Police has failed to produce Sattar despite High Court's orders.
چارسدہ سے تعلق رکھنے والی حلیمہ بی بی پچھلے چار سال سے اپنے لاپتا بیٹے سہیل کی بازیابی کے لئے دربدر کی ٹھوکریں کھا رہی ہیں. ان کے بیٹے کو 2017 میں اس کے ولیمے دن نا معلوم افراد گھر سے اٹھا کر لے گئے تھے
By Mir Muhammad Talpur The scourge of enforced disappearances in Pakistan has severely eroded the foundations of society’s conscience and confidence. This crime against humanity has been going on for so long and so systematically in Balochistan that it has...
UN human rights experts have said the concealment of human rights activist Idris Khattak’s fate and whereabouts to this day constitutes a continued offense of enforced disappearance.
July 28th, 2021; By Hamid Riaz & Hassan Raza; LAHORE; Today marks the 3rd day since the 'abduction' of AWP Sindh activist Seengar Noonari. His wife told Voicepk that the (uniformed) abductors held her minor children at gunpoint before dragging Seengar away.
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