Islamabad, Feb 28 (ANI): The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) would reportedly hold a rally and a seminar on March 11 to draw the attention of international organisations, including the United Nations, for conducting an inquiry into the issue of enforced disappearances in the province.
VBMP members alleged that various government agencies picked up people in the presence of witnesses, and after some time their tortured and mutilated bodies were found at different places. The Dawn reports.
They said the involvement of state agencies in the disappearances was clear from the fact that many missing people, about whom the government had earlier been claiming ignorance, had been brought to court.
They said they had no confidence in any commission set up by the government and would not accept their findings. They further blamd Interior Minister Rehman Malik for allegedly being behind the state agencies carrying out a deadly operation against rights-seeking Baloch people.
They said the reign of terror had increased so much so that it was being reported globally and various international agencies and countries, including the United States, had expressed concern over it and called for a just and an immediate solution to it. (ANI)
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