THE UN-WGEID BRIEFED ON Enforced disappearances in BALOCHISTAN

London: 20/02/2020 The Baloch Human Rights Council (BHRC) briefed the United Nation’s Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances (WGEID) on 19th February 2021, during the 123rd session of the Working Group. In a virtual meeting with the group, Qambar Malik, the Information Secretary of BHRC briefed the members on the plight of thousands ofContinue reading THE UN-WGEID BRIEFED ON Enforced disappearances in BALOCHISTAN

Family all​ege​s the security forces of abducting Dr. Shahzaib Baloch and a disabled person

Dr Shahzaib Baloch who is a student of MBBS final year was extra-judicially abducted on June 1 2019 by the state security forces from Shahrak town of Turbat. The family sources of Dr Shahzaib alleged the security forces of forcibly disappearing the medical student who was visiting his family to celebrate Eid.  The security forcesContinue reading Family all​ege​s the security forces of abducting Dr. Shahzaib Baloch and a disabled person

Security forces forcibly disappear two from Kalat

According to confirmed sources, Jameel Baloch a student leader and Engineer Feroz Baloch were whisked away from Kalat on 30 May 2019 by the personnel of security forces while both the abductees were travelling from Quetta to celebrate Eid with their families in Panjgur district of Balochistan. Dissenting voices have always been a target of the securityContinue reading Security forces forcibly disappear two from Kalat

State of Human Rights in 2018 – Human Rights Commission of Pakistan

Annual Report: March 2019 Highlights: Pakistan and international human rights mechanisms:Pakistan has affirmed in its election pledge to the Human Righ Council that it is ‘firmly resolved to uphold, promote and safeguard universal human rights and fundamental freedoms for all.’ HRCP expressed concern that Pakistan had chosen to only ‘note’ key human rights principles including,Continue reading State of Human Rights in 2018 – Human Rights Commission of Pakistan

Mother with her two teenage daughters forced disappeared from Gwadar

In a bold rebuttal to national and international criticism, the security forces of Pakistan have forcibly disappeared a Baloch woman Aisha along with her two 16 years old daughters Naila and Mahtab during a raid on the victims’ house in Gwadar. Victims have been identified, as the wife and daughters of Allah Bux Baloch, aContinue reading Mother with her two teenage daughters forced disappeared from Gwadar