Addressing a press conference at Quetta Press Club on Tuesday, Jan Muhammad Shawani resident of Mastung alleged that his son Sangat Sana Baloch was going to Jacobabad along with Naseebullah Shawani and driver Qambar Baloch when personnel of government agencies in plain clothes whisked them away. However, they later handed over Qambar Baloch to police while whereabouts of Sangat Sana and Naseebulla were still unknown.
He further alleged that earlier an attempt on his life was also made by personnel of law enforcing agencies near Mastung.
He said that Sangat Sana Baloch was a political worker and had never been involved in any unlawful activity nor he had any link with Baloch armed groups.
He said that they were extremely worried about his life and if he was not recovered immediately he might be subjected to torture by government agencies. “If there is any allegation against my son, he should be produced before court of law, so that he could prove his innocence”, he demanded.
Jan Muhammad appealed Chief Justice of Pakistan and other humanitarian organizations to play their role and get his son and other Balochs freed who were allegedly languishing in different jails.
Responding to a question, he strongly rejected Balochistan package and claims of release of some missing persons, saying might some people had been released but the incidents of forced disappearances were continued and it was responsibility of government to stop them.
Meanwhile, infuriated activists of BRP on Tuesday blocked National highway, linking Quetta with Karachi at Kadkoocha area, by placing stones and barricades on the road to protest against alleged kidnapping of BRP leader. The blockade of highway caused inconvenience to commuters.
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