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Pakistan Baloch missing student's sister urges authority to ensure his immediate recovery
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Pakistan Baloch missing student's sister urges authority to ensure his immediate recovery

| @indiablooms | 20 Mar 2024, 05:32 pm

The Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) and the sister of a Baloch missing student have urged authorities to ensure his immediate recovery.

“My brother Khuda Dad Siraj has gone missing from Sargodha in Punjab a few days ago and his disappearance has caused severe anxiety and distress among family members,” Banari Baloch, a sister of the missing student, told a presser as quoted by Dawn News, along with VBMP Vice Chairman Mama Qadeer Baloch, on Monday.

They said that Siraj is a resident of Tijaban in Turbat, and a 2nd year student at Pathology Lab Sciences Department of Sargodha Medical College.

They said that Siraj was busy in preparations for his final paper, but on the night of March 8, he went for a dinner with his friends and was forcibly taken away by some unknown armed men in a Cultus car, and he has been missing since then.

They claimed earlier enforced disappearance of Baloch students used to take place in Balochistan but similar incidents have now been reported from other provinces.

“We send our youth to other provinces for higher education, but they have to face enforced disappearances there, too, creating an atmosphere of fear and distress,” they were quoted as saying by Dawn News, adding that efforts are being made to keep Baloch people away from education.

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