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Pakistan: Family members demonstrate in Quetta demanding immediate release of abducted individuals from BLA custody
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Pakistan: Family members demonstrate in Quetta demanding immediate release of abducted individuals from BLA custody

| @indiablooms | 01 Jul 2024, 04:12 pm

Family members of those individuals allegedly abducted by the Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) from Shaban, Quetta, on Saturday protested outside the  Balochistan Assembly to demand their immediate release.

The protesters, including women and children, hold placards in their hands to protest against the abduction.

During the protest, Balochistan’s Interior Minister Ziaullah Langove and Livestock and Dairy Development Minister Bakht Muhammad Kakar met with the families, assuring them of the government’s commitment to rescuing the abductees, The Balochistan Post.

Langove told the families that Kakar had been designated as the government focal person to communicate with the families of the detainees.

He said the family members are trying to ensure the return of the abducted individuals.

When asked about the possibility of negotiating a prisoner exchange with the BLA, which the group has offered, Langove did not give a positive reply but implied that the government might resort to using force.

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