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BALOCHISTAN: Petition to release Mehboob Wadhela, abducted by Pakistani security officials

Baloch activists launched Online Petition to release abducted leader http://www.gopetition.com/online/35280.html


Mehboob Wadhela s/o Beg Mohammad Wadhela ,The Abducted Member of Baloch National Movement( Abducted by Pakistani estate Security Agencies at Yousaf Goth Karachi- April 2, 2010)

ONLINE PITITION LAUNCHED







Dear friends;

I am experiencing the very difficult time of my life, my brother Mehboob Baloch was abducted yesterday on 2 April 2010 by Pakistani Intelligence agencies when he was on his ways to gwader, his bus was stopped by the armed forces and two people in civilian cloths pulled him from his seat and put him in their vehicle and without a trace left the scene, his whereabouts are not known, our family asks for your prayers at this time, plz. pray for my brother Mehboob Baloch so he may join us back. Our family is very concern about him. Plz. dont forget to pray for him.

Regards


Jahanzaib baloch

Background (Preamble):
Karachi Baloch activist whisked away: A senior activist of BNM (Baloch National Movement) Mahboob Wadhela Baloch was snatched from a Karachi-Gwader bound passenger van here on 02-04-2010 Friday morning.

According to details Mahboob Baloch alongside several other passengers were about to leave for Gwader from Karachi when several plane-clothed officials of intelligence agencies stopped the passenger van at Yousaf Goath in Karachi. The eye witnesses have reported that plane-clothed men abducted Mr Wadhela at gun point; almost dragged him to their vehicle and drove off towards an unknown location. The witnesses noted that the perpetrators were driving an official car.
Petition:
Meanwhile a central spokesman of BNF (Baloch National Front) has strongly condemned the forced-disappearance of Mahboob Baloch and Mir Bohair Bangulzai Baloch. The spokesman alleged that Pakistan government and intelligence agencies were arresting Baloch activists ahead of the remembrance meeting of Shuhada-e-Murghab (Martyrs of Murghab) on 3rd April in Gwader. The statement further read that several BNF leaders and workers were pouring into Gwader from different area of Balochistan and Karachi to participate in the memorial gathering of Baloch Martyrs on Saturday that is why the agencies were trying to sabotage the BNF public gathering.

The representative of BNF made it clear that agencies will not be successful to stop the flow of Baloch freedom struggle by such pressure tactics. Such brutal and illegal arrests of party workers and other innocent Baloch will further provoke the Baloch youth and will boost their conviction for Baloch cause.

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