Enforced disappearance victims family members demonstrate outside UK PM’s residence in London

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IBNS: Family members of Taj Muhammad Sarparah, a Baloch businessman who was forcibly disappeared by Pakistani intelligence agencies in Karachi, are currently on a five-day sit-in demonstration in front of the British Prime Minister’s residence at 10 Downing Street in London, media reports said.

The protest is aimed at drawing attention to the issue of enforced disappearances in Balochistan, reported ANI quoting The Balochistan Post.

Taj Muhammad Sarparah’s wife, children, relatives, and Baloch political activists based in the UK will continue their protest till January 7.

Ibra Taj, Daughter of forcibly abducted Taj Muhammad Sarparah is urging the @10DowningStreet and @UN to help the families of Baloch missing persons in search of their loved ones.

It is to be noted that the family of Taj Muhammad Sarparah have started a sit-in protest outside… pic.twitter.com/xK1t7Po1kp— Hakeem Baloch (@HakeemWadhela) January 4, 2024

Salia Marri, the wife of the missing Taj Muhammad Sarparah and niece of Baloch national leader Baba Khair Bakhsh Marri, was quoted as saying by ANI that she has been actively working against the illegal detention and forced disappearance of her husband in Pakistan for the past four years.

She expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of help from Pakistani authorities and the failure to present her husband before the court.

She said did not get help from Pakistani authorities.