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Pakistan intelligence agencies allegedly forcibly disappear a person in Balochistan
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Pakistan intelligence agencies allegedly forcibly disappear a person in Balochistan

| @indiablooms | 13 Apr 2024, 06:17 pm

Pakistan intelligence agencies have allegedly forcibly disappeared a person in Pakistan's Mastung district.

According to reports, Pakistani intelligence agencies allegedly detained a person named Israr Ahmed Baloch from Balochistan’s Mastung district a day before Eid-ul-Fitr and subsequently moved him to an undisclosed location, reported The Balochistan Post.

The man reportedly went missing on April 9.

His whereabouts are still not known.

The Baloch National Movement’s (BNM) human rights department, PAANK, confirmed the incident  and wrote on X: "Reports of the abduction of Israr Ahmed, a resident of Kirdagaap, on April 9th, by Pakistani intelligence agencies are deeply concerning. His family deserves answers and accountability. We call on authorities to investigate this case transparently and ensure the safety and well-being of Israr Ahmed."

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