A Baloch activist and President of Baloch Republican Part said that Pakistani State authorities have been using a tool of enforced disappearances to crush the voice of oppressed people like Muhajirs,Balochis, Pashtuns, Sindhis and religious minorities.
“On one hand Pakistan is a signatory of international conventions against enforced disappearances and on the other, they are busy abducting people” an Indian news agency based in New Delhi quoted him as saying.
To highlight the deteriorating human rights situations in Pakistan, Baloch Republican Party and World Baloch Organisation together organised a protest outside Lord’s cricket stadium in London.
However, a group of angry Pakistani cricket fans tore down posters and banners put up by the Baloch activists saying “Long Live Pakistan Army”.
Financial Action Task Force, president Marshall Billingslea said there is a possibility that Pakistan could be placed on the blacklist in terror financing operations.
“I must say with regret that Pakistan is lacking in almost every aspect of the action plan. They missed all the milestones. Absolutely a possibility they could be put on the blacklist. A decision to be taken in the future plenary of October 2019”, said Billingslea.