Fellows seek missing student’s recovery

Published December 4, 2018
Jiand Baloch, his father and 13-year-old brother were allegedly picked up by security agencies from their residence in Quetta. ─ Photo courtesy Jiand Baloch Facebook
Jiand Baloch, his father and 13-year-old brother were allegedly picked up by security agencies from their residence in Quetta. ─ Photo courtesy Jiand Baloch Facebook

MULTAN: Students of the Bahauddin Zakariya University’ sociology department held a demonstration outside the local press club on Monday for the early recovery of one of their class mates allegedly taken away by security agencies.

Protesters said that Jiand Baloch was picked up along with his father and 13-year-old bother on Nov 30 at 3am by security agencies from their residence in Quetta and all of them were still missing.

Published in Dawn, December 4th, 2018

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