The forced disappearance of a person is a breach of law, a demonic act, and is in no way justifiable.
Not long ago a student named Hafeez Baloch was forcefully disappeared from his hometown in Khuzdar, Balochistan while he was teaching his students in an academy. He is an M. Phil student at Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) in Islamabad. He had gone to his hometown on holiday and was forcibly disappeared by armed men. His family was traumatized following this incident. Fews days ago, the news of Hafeez Baloch’s whereabouts was in the news but he wasn’t let go home. Several fake cases were filed against him, consequently, he remains imprisoned. Is this justifiable or is this in any way lawful that a student is treated in this manner? Referring to this incident, Baloch students of QAU, among whom Shirin Mazari’s daughter was also protesting in the capital city of Pakistan, were baton-charged by Islamabad’s police which is condemnable. It is peculiar to see such incidence happening unabated in the 21st-century world, where the west is looking for life on Mars while on the other hand, we continue to live in an age of barbarism where the life of a person has become worthless.
- Enforced Disappearance cannot be justified under any circumstance - April 11, 2022