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The Baloch Yakjehti Committee has confirmed that the remaining 34 detained protesters have now been released. Meanwhile, The BYC has issued a seven-day ultimatum to the government to meet all its demands.
Families of missing Baloch persons are marching a long distance from Turbat to Quetta. This march comes after a sit-in protest and aims to draw attention to the serious issues of enforced disappearances and the alleged killing of Balaach Mola Bakhsh.
Among several others sitting continuously outside the Islamabad Press Club since November 27, to protest the enforced disappearances of their family members, 20 year old Saira Baloch is also sitting there. Both her brother and cousin - Asif Baloch and Rasheed Baloch, have been missing since 2018.
Journalist Mudassar Nauru's mother says no option other than holding a sit-in along with mothers of other missing persons after authorities told the IHC on Monday that a panel investigating her son's disappearance became dysfunctional after previous law minister Azam Nazeer Tarar's resignation.
Missing persons can be killed in encounters, fear families of victims of enforced disappearances. Noted activist Mama Qadeer says he still faces threats over organising protests for the victims of enforced disappearance in Balochistan.
Federal Minister for interior Rana Sanaullah has said that the judicial proceedings alone cannot provide a solution to the problem, instead, all stakeholders must sit together and admit mistakes on their part to resolve the issue.
A sit-in by families of missing persons in Balochistan has entered its third week of protest outside the Governor’s House in Quetta.
In a video uploaded to social media Nazim Jokhio's wife Shireen has announced that she has decided to forgive the murderers of her husband.
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
The Senate Secretariat received a bill on criminilisation of enforced disappearance on November 10, two days after it was passed in the National Assembly putting a question mark on the reported statement of Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari about the bill going missing in transit to the upper house.