VBMP dismissed the HRCP recent report, listed figures are not accurate

( March 26, 2012, Balochistan, Sri Lanka Guardian) Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) has rejected the recent report of Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) about the Baloch Missing Persons and bullet riddled bodies of Baloch youths.
Relatives of Baloch Missing Persons have been protesting for release of their loved ones since 714 days while it’s 85th day of protest in Karachi.
They said that Pakistan has long been committing genocide of Baloch nation & perpetrating atrocities against them but recently the occupying state of Iran has also started atrocities in Eastern Occupied Balochistan. Iranian forces enter Eastern Occupied Balochistan with full impunity from the officials of Pakistani state and commit mass atrocities against Baloch living in border areas of Eastern & Western Balochistan occupied by Pakistan & Iran respectively.
Vice Chairman of VBMP, Abdul Qadeer Baloch talking to the media-men expressed outrage about the report of HRCP regarding Baloch Missing Persons and recovery of their mutilated corpses. He said it is sad that HRCP is talking like intelligence agencies of Pakistan.He said that the organization has presented an incorrect figure of Baloch Missing Persons & bullet riddled bodies of Baloch youths.He said 35 people have been abducted by Pakistani forces within a week which include 10 Marri Baloch who were abducted by forces during a late night raid in Saryab area of Quetta. Similarly 5 were abducted from Noshki & 15 were abducted during a military offensive in Dera Bugti.
He said that the accurate figure of Baloch Missing Persons is 14385 & more than 400 bullet riddled, tortured, mutilated corpses have been found so far.
He further said that accurate figures can not be ascertained sitting in air-conditioned rooms, one has to visit homes of every victim to collect the original data. He condemned the report of HRCP & said that HRCP should not misinform the world by releasing such inaccurate reports.
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