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Baloch students ask Pakistani authorities to end enforced disappearances
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Baloch students ask Pakistani authorities to end enforced disappearances

| @indiablooms | 10 May 2024, 05:56 pm

Baloch Student Council (BSC) Islamabad has claimed students of their province are facing harassment in Pakistan's Islamabad city.

Addressing a press conference at the National Press Club (NPC), BSC leader Ikram Baloch and other council members were quoted by Dawn News that Feroz Baloch, a student of Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi, was allegedly abducted on May 11 in 2022, when he was heading towards university library.

They said that despite filing court cases and protest demonstration, still there is no clue of Feroz.

They said  his class fellow Ahmed Khan Baloch was also abducted from Balochistan after Feroz was kidnapped.

The demonstrators argued and warned they world protest over the failure of the authorities to trace the missing student despite passage of two years.

They said the BSC would distribute pamphlets in educational institutions followed by protest on social media X on Friday before holding protest demonstration outside the NPC against alleged enforced disappearance on Saturday, reported Dawn News.

They said people of the region are facing enforced disappearance for the past two decades.

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