Baloch Students Demand Release: Sargodha Protest

Baloch Students Demand Release: Sargodha Protest
Baloch Students Demand Release: Sargodha Protest
Baloch Students Demand Release: Sargodha Protest
Baloch Students Demand Release: Sargodha Protest

Baloch Students Demand Release: Sargodha Protest

Baloch Students Demand Release: Sargodha Protest….image/X/@MahrangBaloch_

Baloch Students Demand Release: Sargodha Protest

The Baloch Students Council organized a protest at the University of Sargodha regarding the alleged enforced disappearance of Khudadad Siraj, demanding his release. According to The Balochistan Post, Pakistani intelligence agencies were accused of this act a week ago.

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The protesting students demanded justice for their fellow student, emphasizing the need for his release. Despite their peaceful demonstration within the university premises, security forces forcibly removed their banners and posters, as reported by The Balochistan Post.

The family of the missing student also staged a protest on the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) highway, demanding his recovery. This incident adds to the growing concern over enforced disappearances of Baloch students in Punjab universities, highlighted by Baloch activist Mahrang Baloch.

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Meanwhile, the Baloch Human Rights Council (BHRC) submitted a memorandum during the 55th session of the UN Human Rights Council, urging international intervention in Balochistan’s human rights situation. According to BHRC, over 500 individuals, including students, teachers, and writers, have disappeared in Balochistan in the past year, attributing these disappearances to Pakistan’s intelligence agencies.

The memorandum underscored the urgent need for UN intervention to investigate the atrocities committed in Balochistan, including abduction, torture, and the dumping of mutilated bodies by armed groups. It called for ensuring the dignity and safety of Baloch lives without fear of enforced disappearance.

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