140 Missing Children in Balochistan

By Muhammad Akbar Notezai Provincial government, no doubt, from the very beginning, failed to ensure the protection of masses, especially of the guiltless children, who are missing in Balochistan. As it is manifest to all and sundry that Chief Minister, ministers of the coalition government linger on weeks and months in Islamabad, so in this way how can they take out time to tackle these kinds of issues?

 In Quetta, after the missing of these 140 children, Acting D.I.G Operation Wazir Khan Nasir said that besides children’s missing, 103 people had been kidnapped from Balochistan in which 80 of them recovered and 30 are still missing. He further said, “The people were kidnapped for ransom.” But, unfortunately, he could not divulge the apparent reason behind children’s missing.

Presently, in the province, of course, problems of the people are getting intensified due to the efficiency and lack of concern of government because not only people are facing children’s missing issue but also the targeted killing, missing Balochs’ issue and the throwing of the decomposed bodies. Now the government is further more apathetic towards the issues of the people, especially of the missing children, because of the upcoming election. Therefore, they don’t seem to have trucks with them.

On the other hand, the children’s sudden disappearance also possesses negative consequences on innocent children, remember, if the children go missing for a long duration, then it adversely becomes harmful to the children. In happening so, children get isolated from their parents and normal living environment.

At last, it is government’s basic responsibility to recover missing children as soon as possible, also to ensure the safety of children so that the parents may send them to their schools without any tension.

(Courtesy to: The Balochistan Point)


About Muhammad Akbar Notezai

Muhammad Akbar Notezai is a columnist-cum-political interviewer. He basically belongs to the largest district of Pakistan, Chaghi, which makes a triangular border with Afghanistan and Iran. He was born in Dalbandin (Headquarter of Chaghi), but presently he is living in Quetta. He contributes to these newspapers and periodicals: the Daily Times, The Baloch Hal, View Point, Bolan Voice, Power Politics (An Indian National Magazine), The Balochistan Point and Daily Balochistan Express, Quetta. In addition, he writes and interviews on social, political, cultural and Economic issues of Balochistan. He also covers Iranian Balochistan and Afghanistan.

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