Balochistan: 70 forcibly disappeared, 36 killed in May

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Balochistan: 70 forcibly disappeared, 36 killed in May

In a completely under-the-blanket operations, the mighty military of Pakistan has militarized entire Balochistan, its northwestern, most mineral-rich but least developedregion with lowest human development. Military suppressed the rights movements that blame the

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BHRO & VMBP protest on Eid

Baloch Humans Right Organization and Voice for Baloch Missing Persons held a protest demonstration in front of Quetta Press Club against extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearances and military operations in Balochistan.

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Balochistan: The State of Human Rights 2018

Prologue:  The human rights situation worsened in Balochistan in 2018 despite the promises made by the ruling party during its pre-election campaigns to stop military operations and enforced disappearances.  The

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5 students among 20 forcibly disappeared by forces from Karachi and Balochistan. BHRO

Baloch Human Rights Organization has received nineteen cases of enforced disappearances of civilians by security forces in Balochistan in the first two weeks of May 2019. During this period, twenty-five

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Release Nawaz Atta and other enforced disappeared persons. BHRO

Baloch Human Rights Organization (BHRO) held a protest against the enforced disappearance of civilians including Nawaz Atta, Information Secretary of BHRO in front of Quetta Press Club. Families of victims

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Balochistan: 59 forcibly disappeared, 40 killed in April 2019

In the month of April, fifty-nine persons were forcibly disappeared by security forces from Awaran, Kech, Gwadar, Lasbela, Panjgur districts of Balochistan. Forty people were killed in April including victims

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Balochistan: BHRO will protest against the disa​ppearanc​e​ of Nawaz Atta on May 15.

Baloch Human Rights Organization (BHRO) held a press conference in Quetta and issued the monthly report of human rights violations in media. Vice Chairperson of BHRO Tayyaba Baloch, while talking

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Supreme Court must ensure the rele​ase of women and children. BHRO

Baloch Human Rights Organization Chairperson Bibi Gul Baloch held a press conference in Quetta against enforced disappearances of women and children by Pakistan army from Peerandar area of Awaran district.

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Forces abduct 8 members of the same family from Karachi and Hub Chowki. BHRO

The spokesperson of Baloch Human Rights Organization strongly condemned the incident of enforced disappearances in Balochistan saying that, despite the promises of Balochistan government, enforced disappearances are continued in a

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29 people killed in two weeks in Balochistan. BHRO

In the first 2 weeks of April 2019, nineteen people were forcibly disappeared by security forces in military campaigns across Balochistan while twenty-nine people were killed in different incidents. On