Dil Murad Baloch, Central Information Secretary of Baloch National Movement, while releasing a detailed report of February 2022, said that this month, the Pakistani army had forcibly disappeared ninety-five (95) people and martyred forty-one (41) people in more than fifty (50) military operations and raids, in different parts of Balochistan. Among the martyrs were sixteen (16) young Fidai who attacked the Pakistani army in Panjgur and Noshki while sixteen (16) other Sarmachars were martyred in the Pakistani army attacks. A spokesman for the Baloch Nationalist Army claimed that the Pakistani army had used chemical weapons in the attack.
Dil Murad Baloch said that a student Ehtesham and a mental patient Nadeem Abdal were killed and martyred in Panjgur. In Awaran, two brothers were taken into custody and the elder brother was killed during the detention while the younger brother was thrown in critical condition. Similarly, a young man named Altaf son of Jaada was killed in custody in Balgatar.
The brutality of the Pakistani army continued unabated in Bolan, Sibi, Kech, Dasht, Mashkay, Mand, Tump, Dasht, Mazanband, Keelkor, Noshki, Dera Bugti, Quetta, Panjgur, Kolwah, Sui, Kharan, Dera Murad Jamali, Pasni, Awaran, Jhaoo, Khuzdar, Barkhan.
He said that ninety-five (95) people including Malik Miran, a social media activist from Panjgur, and Hafeez Baloch, an M.Phil final year student studying at Quaid-e-Azam University Islamabad from Khuzdar, were detained by the Pakistani army and forcibly disappeared.
UAE authorities extradited Abdul Hafeez Zehri, a resident of Khuzdar, to Pakistan. Hafeez Zehri’s transfer documents to Pakistan have been obtained by his family in the form of a letter from the UAE Immigration. According to the immigration document, Abdul Hafeez son of Haji Ramzan Zehri resident of Khuzdar has been deported from Dubai Airport to Karachi Airport on February 2.
Dil Murad Baloch said that all the people of Tank, Zahidabad, Malang Goth, Yasin Goth, Murad Goth and Tank Hotel Bazaar in Mashkay area have been called to army camp and threatened by the Pakistan Army to evacuate their villages.
He said the Taliban government had arrested two dozen Baloch refugees in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. There is a significant increase in the plight of Baloch refugees in Taliban government.