HRCP stands with students, demands accountability


The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) strongly condemns the ecent cycle of abductions and manhandling of Baloch students from Karachi University.

These students are allegedly being picked up by law enforcement personnel, and those who demand their release are roughed up and arrested. In the case of two students who have just been released after pressure from their kin and civil society, it is noteworthy that their whereabouts remained unknown until the time of their release. Such enforced disappearances are not only illegal but inhuman.

HRCP also expresses grave concern over the excessive use of force on 13 June by Sindh police against the relatives, activists and friends of the disappeared students.

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