Disappearance of central leaders completes its lengthy duration of five months: BSO-Azad


Quetta: Baloch Students Organization-Azad (BSO-A) Central Spokesperson in an issued statement said that the enforced disappearance of the central leaders of organization completed its lengthy duration of five months, but, neither they have been recovered nor they have been produced before any court.
On November 15, 2017, the personnel of the Sindh Rangers and the secret services illegally arrested BSO-Azad Secretary General Sanaullah Baloch, Central Committee Members, Hassam Baloch and Naseer Baloch and a BNM member, Rafeeq Baloch, from their residence in Karachi, and since then they are disappeared.
Sanaullah Baloch, Naseer Baloch, Hassam Baloch and Rafeeeq Baloch are political activists and students. No cases were registered against them, despite that the state institutions made the political activists subject of arrest-cum-abduction by violating all constitutions and laws.
The family of Sanaullah Baloch, Hassam Baloch, Naseer Ahmed and Rafeeq Baloch and the organization itself has fulfilled all legal requirements and submitted the case of their enforced disappearance to the international human rights organization including Pakistan.
The spokesperson further said that the state forces and the secret services has illegally arrested hundreds of activists and leaders of BSO-Azad, and then have disappeared them; the former chairman of organization, Zahid Baloch, and the former vice chairman, Zakir Majeed Baloch, are also in this list. While mutilated bodies of dozens of activists have been produced; the Central Joint Secretary Shafi Baloch and the Central Committee Members, Kambar Chakar and Comrade Qayoum Baloch, are in this list too.
BSO-Azad has always remained on the target of the state of Pakistan due to educating the Baloch youth politically, but BSO-Azad continued its struggle despite all state barbarism.
The spokesperson said to the international human rights institutions that Pakistan has impose ban on the gain of education, and the state targets all those who struggle against this ban. Those political activists, students and teachers who struggle for the rights of students are targeted by the state of Paksitan. The international human rights institutions should pressurize Paksitan for the safety of Baloch political activists and students, and the global human rights organizations should do justice with their fundamental responsibilities.