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Amsterdam: BNM members demonstrate against enforced disappearance of women in Pakistan's Balochistan BNM Protest
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Amsterdam: BNM members demonstrate against enforced disappearance of women in Pakistan's Balochistan

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 25 May 2022, 09:39 pm

Amsterdam: Baloch National Movement (BNM) group members have protested over the issue of enforced disappearance of women in Balochistan in Amsterdam city recently.

A large number of people took part in the demonstration that highlighted the enforced disappearance of Baloch women and the persistent human rights violation in Balochistan. They held banners, posters, and placards, chanted slogans, and distributed pamphlets during the protest, reports ANI.

Keyya Baloch, the former President of BNM Netherlands, addressing the participants was quoted as saying by ANI, “It was the first time that Pakistani forces have abducted a Baloch woman, before thousands of Baloch women as victims of forced disappearance in Panjgur, Mashkay and Awaran. In Dera Bugti, and Marri many women have been disappeared by Pakistani forces.”

She further said, “If Pakistan believes that after abducting Baloch women and exerting pressure to make their men surrender and withdraw from the national liberation, then it is their misunderstanding.”

Jamal Baloch, a member of the Baloch National Movement, told ANI: “We appeal to the international community to play its role in the recovery of Noor Jahan and against the enforced disappearances in Baloch.”