It has been 5195 days since the establishment of the strike camp meant for the recovery of Baloch missing persons. In solidarity with this cause, political and social workers, such as Muhammad Rafiq Baloch and Abbas Ali Baloch from Khuzdar, visited the camp.
Mama Qadeer, the Vice Chairman of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP), highlighted the involvement of secret agencies, FC, and CTD in the disappearances of individuals. However, the occupying army agencies remain unperturbed and unaffected. This aggression persists despite the central government of Pakistan changing its stance on the matter multiple times.
Mama Qadeer Baloch expressed his gratitude for their support and emphasized the clear evidence against the involvement of secret agencies and security forces in these abductions. While the government claims that certain individuals are not in the custody of Pakistani forces, the truth is that thousands of people remain imprisoned in Pakistani jails, facing the threat of death every dayy.
The government's denial of this issue is nothing short of criminal. Numerous committees have been formed but have failed to produce any conclusive reports. Balochistan has become a military-occupied territory where all decisions are made by the army and its agencies.
Any dissent against this aggression is met with harsh repercussions. Human rights institutions, on the other hand, only prepare annual reports without actively addressing the issue at hand. Each day, Pakistani agencies kidnap and kill students, teachers, lawyers, doctors, political activists, and individuals from various other fields in Balochistan. Consequently, the families and the Baloch nation have lost hope in the Pakistani judiciary, parliament, and other institutions that are supposed to protect their rights.