Baloch mothers die of waiting for their missing loved ones: BSO Azad
Central Spokesperson Baloch Students Organization Azad (BSO-A) expressed deep sorrow over the demise of missing Mehr Gul Marri’s mother and added that the security institutions enforcedly disappeared the Deputy Director Agriculture from his home on mid night of 2015.
Since then, his mother and complete family have been struggling for his recovery and his mother remained ill for a long time due to his non-recovery that died of these sorrows on previous day.
Spokesperson further said that the state oppression and barbarism are on the peak since many years. Military operations, mutilated bodies, target killing of teacher, acid attacks on women and conversion of educational institutions into military camps with aims of closing doors of education to the Baloch students are the continuity of the filthy policies of Pakistani state which are gaining intensity on daily basis— these are few top examples of the state oppressions.
The spokesperson said that several mothers, sisters and wives are extremely worried due to non-recovery of their loved ones including the state oppression, and like mother of Mehr Gul Marri, several other mothers have died of waiting for their missing loved ones, too.
Spokesperson said to the international human rights institutions and United Nations that their silence is providing a justification to the barbaric policies of the state of Pakistan. Therefore, these international institutions should break their silence and provide justice to the Baloch nation.