Saturday, April 16, 2011

State institutions urged to leave personal agendas
Talking about Balochistan, the statement asserted that the human rights situation was grave across the country but nowhere was it more so than in Balochistan, as bulk of the problems stemmed from poor political management. The HRCP extends solidarity and sympathy to the people in the province, who have long been struggling for their rights amid persistent injustices, discrimination, enforced disappearances and now disposal of dead bodies of missing persons by the roadside. The state must afford appropriate protection to all citizens and consider meaningful political measures to engage the disgruntled elements. All target killings, of the Baloch or the non-Baolch, must be unreservedly condemned by all actors, who must play their role in identifying, isolating and bringing to justice the killers.

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