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Zakir Majeed’s sister solicited International Organization for help.

Post  بامسار بلوچ on Tue Sep 20, 2011 3:48 am

Zakir Majeed who is leader of BSO-A has gone for missing for long time,

the sister of Baloch leader asked international human rights organizations to perform their duties for recovery of Baloch missing persons, including her brother.

Addressing a press conference at Quetta Press Club, Zakir Majeed’s sister asked not to be named. She said all missing Baloch should be treated under the Geneva Conventions and should be recovered immediately. She said her brother, Zakir Majeed, who was a student and BSO-Azad senior vice chairman, was taken by intelligence agencies on June 8 2009 from Mastung. Subsequently, she said her family had received no information about his whereabouts and had worried for his life. She said her brother never involved in unlawful activities.

She said if he committed guilt he should be brought to court and not kept in undisclosed location. “We have gone all protest ways like holding rallies and observing hunger strikes, but our protest has been in unsuccessful,” she said. Speaking about the government commission on missing persons, she said the Baloch had lost trust in commissions which aimed to prolong the matter. “Over 200 decomposed dead bodies of Baloch missing persons have been recovered up till now and if immediate efforts are not taken all those in custody of agencies will turn up dead and decomposed,” she said.

She appealed to international human rights organizations including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the UN body to take strong notice of the killing and dumping of Baloch missing persons in deserted areas and streets after torture at the hand of agencies.

Responding to a question, she said if humanitarian organizations apply pressure on thePakistan’s government, the lives of missing persons could be saved. Responding to another question, she rejected the impression that missing persons were abroad. “If they have gone abroad, we would not be protesting,” she said.


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