Addressing a press conference here on Saturday, she said that her son was an employee of Cadet College Mastung and he was picked up by security forces personnel at the main gate of the college on Sept 23, 2010. “My son and his friend Abdul Rehman were on their way to college for work when they reached the FC check post near the main gate of Cadet College Mastung they were stopped by the FC and plain clothed officers. The plain clothed officers had come in two white and blue cars”.
She further said that The plain clothed officials, presumably personnel of Military intelligence, checked the ID cards of both men. They let Abdul Rehman go but abducted Fakeer Mohammad at gunpoint. Abdul Rehamn immediately informed the college administration about the incident but 15 days had passed but there was no word about the whereabouts of Faqir Muhammad Shahwani.
She appealed to the President, the Chief Justice and human rights organizations to help trace her son. Young Baloch singer of Brahvi and Balochi languages was abducted on 23 Sept by Pakistani security forces from Mastung city. Pakistani security forces continue to abduct not only Baloch political activists but also Baloch students, teachers, lawyers, doctors, poets and singers have become victims of enforced-disappearance in Balochistan.
Local fish trader Aslam Baloch goes missing with a sum of RS.100, 000 Cash from Pakistan Coast Guard check post in Pasni
Occupied Balochistan: Aslam Baloch a residence of Makola (Kalmat) some 80km from Pasni went missing following a firing incident on the Pakistan Coast Guard a few days back.
According to his relatives Aslam Baloch he was in Pasni town for his routine business (fish trading) when some unknown person shot injured two Pakistan Coast Gaurd personnel. The following evening while on his way back home he was stopped at Coast Guards check post some 35kilometer from Pasni in Badook area and made disappeared.
Aslam is missing from one weak and his whereabouts are still unknown. His family is very concerned about his well-being and safety. Such incidents have become a daily routine in all over Balochistan where the numbers of 'missing persons' is increasing day by day.
Moreover, Waheed Qambarani and his friend have reportedly been abducted from Quetta on 7 October, 2010. We wait for more details.