Recently, Imtiaz Baloch, a distinguished graduate from PMAS Arid University Rawalpindi, fell victim to a forceful abduction orchestrated by Pakistan Army on 28 Feb in Islamabad. The incident has reignited concerns about the ongoing issue of enforced disappearances targeting the Baloch community.

Details remain unclear, but reportedly, the abduction occurred around 2:50 p.m. in Hostel City, Islamabad. Imtiaz was taken away by unidentified individuals associated with the Army.

This incident underscores the persistent issue of enforced disappearances in Pak-occupied-Balochistan, a province with a long history of suppression, violence and genocide committed by the Army. Rights groups like the Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) have documented thousands of disappearances over the past few decades, with many cases unresolved.

The abduction of Imtiaz has sparked outrage within the Baloch community and human rights organizations. They have called for his immediate and safe release, emphasizing the violation of fundamental human rights and the need for adherence to the rule of law.

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