Dr. Mahrang Baloch, a prominent figure leading the protests for the missing Baloch individuals, finds herself under scrutiny as the government accuses her of seeking asylum abroad. Information Minister Jan Achakzai contends that Dr. Baloch’s advocacy for the missing persons is a guise for pursuing personal interests outside the country, labeling it as a form of “propaganda.”
Jan Achakzai, the Information Minister, has gone on record stating that the issue of missing persons is being exploited for propaganda purposes. He alleges that Dr. Baloch has ulterior motives and is using the cause to further her own agenda beyond the borders. The government’s stance adds a layer of complexity to the ongoing protests, suggesting a narrative of potential manipulation.
Adding fuel to the fire, a commission report on missing persons has been released, shedding light on the alarming numbers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan. The report attributes the spike in missing persons to factors such as drone attacks and unrest. This revelation underscores the severity of the issue and provides a backdrop to the ongoing protests led by Dr. Mahrang Baloch.
Dr. Mahrang Baloch vehemently denies the accusations leveled against her by the government. She asserts her unwavering commitment to the cause of finding missing Baloch persons and accuses Jan Achakzai of being a “pawn” in a larger political game. Dr. Baloch contends that her advocacy is rooted in the genuine concern for the well-being and rights of the missing individuals.
As tensions escalate in Balochistan, the clash between the government’s narrative and Dr. Mahrang Baloch’s activism deepens, raising concerns about the impact on the ongoing protests and the broader socio-political landscape in the region. The issue of missing persons, now entangled in accusations and counter-accusations, remains a critical concern that demands careful attention and a transparent resolution process.