Friday, 28 May 2010

BNF activists protest against abduction of Dr Naseem Baloch

Zakir Majeed Baloch's family still on token hunger strike protest (today is the 15th day).

Occupied Baluchistan, Panjgur: hundreds of activists of BNF and BSO-azaad took to streets in Punjagur against the abduction of Dr Naseem Baluch, Yaseen Baluch and Elyas Baluch. The protesters chanted slogans against Pakistani’s Intelligence agencies (ISI and MI). They reiterated that Baloch struggle for National Liberation cannot be deterred by such heinous crimes of the state.

Dr Naseem Baluch along with his two friend Yaseen Baluch and Elyas Baluch was whisked away by Pakistani security forces from Bolan Mendical College Quetta few days ago. Dr Naseem had once before been arrested in 2005 along with Dr Allah Nazar Baluch and others. He had been severely tortured and suffered serious illnesses after he was released in a very bad shape.

The protesters regretted that Baluch doctors, engineers, students and political activists are being arrested before the eyes of the International community but Human Rights Organisations of the democratic countries are not taking any action of Pakistan’s atrocities against the people of Baluchistan.

Meanwhile the token hunger strike of Zakir Majeed’s family has entered 15th day but still the International Community and the concerned Pakistani authorities have not taken any steps to address the concerns of the Baluch student’s family. The sister of Zakir Majeed fears that continuous and deliberate ignorance of her appeal to release her brother is making the family gravely concerned about the well-being of Zakir Majeed Baloch.

She once again repeated her fear that Mr Majeed is suffering inhumane torture at the hand of the state intelligence agencies. She urged the International media and Human Rights Organisation to take up her brother’s issue and help her raise voice for Zakir majeed’s safe and early release.

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