Quetta - Seminar held for the recovery of the Rashid Hussain. Today, on Sunday, a seminar was organized by the relatives of Baloch enforced disappeared activist Rashid Hussain at the Quetta Press Club, against his forced disappearance and for his safe recovery. Rashid Hussain is a Baloch activist, who had been residing in the United Arab Emirates and was taken into illegal custody by UAE authorities on August 26, 2018, and then handed over to Pakistani authorities through illegal means on June 22, 2019. All evidence of his handover to Pakistan are available on record. During the seminar held in Quetta, speeches were given by relatives of the missing Baloch persons, including the Chairperson of Voice for Baloch Missing Persons, Nasrullah Baloch, Dr. Mah Rang Baloch, the leader of the Baloch Yakjehti Committee, Dr. Shalee Baloch, the organizer of the Baloch Women Forum. Salman Baloch, Deputy Organizer of NDP, Advocate Imran Baloch, and Professor Manzoor Baloch. Advocate Iman Mazari and Advocate Kamran Murtaza also addressed the audience via video link. Dr. Mah Rang Baloch stated in her speech that the mothers and sisters of the Baloch missing persons are more involved in this struggle than all of us. They are tirelessly striving for the recoveries of theirs loved ones without any greed or political agenda. She emphasized the need to collectively raise our voice for the recovery of their loved ones. Dr. Shalee Baloch, the organizer of the Baloch Women Forum, expressed her sorrow, stating that although our Islam says that heaven lies under the feet of the mother, unfortunately mothers in Balochistan are humiliated in the streets while searching for their sons. She urged for a collective effort for the recovery of Rashed Hussain and others. Salman Baloch, the Deputy Organizer of the National Democratic Party, viewed the issue of forced disappearances in the context of national struggle. He emphasized that the state is employing enforced disappearances of Baloch people to suppress the Baloch national struggle, instilling fear and discouraging people from being part of the national struggle. Other speakers also emphasized the need to address the issue of enforced disappearances in Balochistan with seriousness and resolve. They highlighted that the issue is not just a political one but has further deepened the grave situation in Balochistan. They demanded the recovery of all forcibly disappeared individuals, including Rashed Hussain, and their presentation before the duly established courts in the country. Finally, Mother of Missing Rashid Hussain thanked all the participants, stating that after being forcibly abducted by the United Arab Emirates her son was handed over to Pakistan forcibly. She emphasized that Interpol has no role in his extradition to Pakistan. She expressed disappointment that even after her son's arrest was made public by the Pakistani media, the Pakistani authorities have been unable to bring him to the court of justice.