The rise in cases of enforced disappearances in Gwadar is alarming. BYC

Baloch Yakjehti Committee’s Spokesperson released a statement to media and said “Enforced disappearances have plunged the entire Balochistan region into a cycle of trauma and suffering, creating endless anguish for the Baloch people. The increasing number of enforced disappearances and fake arrests in Gwadar remains a grave concern.

Statement furthermore added “Pakistani Security forces have intensified the persisting issue of forced disappearances in Balochistan, particularly in the Gwadar District.

Earlier this month, more than 25 enforced disappearances occurred in Surbandhan, an area of Gwadar district. While some of those disappeared were later released, the whereabouts of Sameer, son of Hamza, Mohsin, son of Rahim Baksh, and Niaz, son of Abdaal, remain unknown. Additionally, on May 22, 2024, Muhammad Waheed and Nusrat were detained and forcibly disappeared by the forces in Gwadar.Enforced disappearance stands as the Pakistan security forces’ primary tool to stifle Baloch’s consciousness, viewing it as the key to suppressing Baloch’s national identity.

Thus, Baloch Yakjehti Committee appeals to the international community and human rights bodies to fulfill their vital role against enforced disappearances in Balochistan.

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