Baloch people demand Imtiaz Alam release after alleged abduction

Baloch people demand Imtiaz Alam release

Baloch people demand Imtiaz Alam release after alleged abduction

Baloch people allege Pakistani law enforcement agency of abducting Baloch student, Imtiaz Alam, and demand his immediate release. According to the friends of Imtiaz, the Pakistani secret services officials abducted Imtiaz and took him to an unknown place.

Student Imtiaz Alam Sakna Naal belonged to Khuzdar, Balochistan. He allegedly and forcefully disappeared from the hostel in an ambulance. The missing student has graduated from Harad Agriculture Rawalpindi. He was doing an MPhil at the National Institute of Health Islamabad.

Confirming the Incident, friends of Imtiaz have also published footage where an ambulance vehicle without a number plate appeared taking away Imtiaz. A man speaking Urdu told in a video that his friend was forcibly taken in this ambulance.

The footage of the alleged incident is also being shared on social media by various political organizations and journalists. Renowned Pakistani journalist and analyst Hamid Mir shared the alleged incident video on Twitter X.

Hamid wrote it would also be part of history when Anwar ul Haq Kakar (natively Baloch) was the Prime Minister of Pakistan, the series of disappearances of Baloch people in ambulances had started. He also emphasized the infamy of Vigo vehicles should end now.

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Apart from Hamid Mir, Baloch people demand the immediate release of abducted Imtiaz Alam. They are running hashtag trend release Imtiaz Ali on Twitter X.

However, it is significant to note that the Islamabad High Court (IHC) had conducted a hearing regarding the case of forced disappearances of Baloch students. IHC asked Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar and Interim Minister Gohar Ijaz to appear before the court and clarify the forced disappearances of Baloch students.

Meanwhile, PM Anwar described the alleged matter of enforced disappearances as propaganda against the state. In this regard, the lawyer of Baloch students, Iman Mazari, said Prime Minister Anwar must have appeared before the IHC. He would have shown seriousness on this sensitive issue.

It is important to acknowledge that the Balochistan issue in Pakistan is a complex and controversial matter, and determining the legitimacy of any incident is subject to ongoing debate. However, the above information provided is based on a careful evaluation of public demands, claims, and government responses.

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