Pakistan NewsPolice crossed all limits of brutality on Baloch women demanding the release of missing people in Pakistan. These women were badly dragged by the police on the streets of Karachi. Human rights activist Ashraf Baloch said that this is a picture of the so-called Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Let us tell you that atrocities on Balochistan keep happening in Pakistan.
Human rights activist criticized
Human rights activist Ashraf Baloch tweeted, ‘This is the so-called Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Where women demanding the release of missing people are being dragged on the streets of Karachi. Unfortunately Pakistan is a member of the United Nations. Despite the efforts of civil society, there is no end to the issue of forced disappearances in Pakistan.
Canada-based think tank, International Forum for Rights and Security (IFFRAS) said that it is ironic that Pakistan’s governments have resolved to end cases of forced disappearances, but there is no end to it.
Balochistani activists top the list of missing people
Let us tell that the armed forces of Pakistan are accused of being responsible for the missing of an estimated 5 to 8 thousand people. At the same time, it is also being said that Pakistan is not deterred from committing atrocities on those who raise questions about missing people. At the same time, according to IFFRAS, the number of Balochistani activists is the highest in the list of missing people. The organization also claims that the Baloch are kept away from employment and other natural resources.
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