Abdul Hafeez Baloch, a missing student of Quaid-e-Azam University in Khuzdar district of Balochistan province of Pakistan, has come to light.
On Wednesday, the family confirmed that Hafeez Baloch was produced by CTD officials in a court in Jaffarabad where his brother Dr Raza Bajwa met him.
Referring to the meeting, Dr. Raza Bajwa told Urdu News that he met his brother at Oosta Muhammad Judicial Complex in Jaffarabad. He looked healthy. After appearing in court, he was transferred to Dera Murad Jamali District Jail.
Gassi was arrested and two kilograms of explosives and a prima card were recovered from his possession.
The lawsuit further states that “police received a tip-off that a young man, a member of the banned Aslam Achho Group, was walking from Jhal Magsi to Jaffarabad.”
The CTD arrived on the scene and arrested him and recovered a bag containing explosives.
His relative Fazil Yaqub told Urdu News that the allegations against Hafeez Baloch were not true as the case against him was registered in March while he went missing on February 8 and his disappearance on February 11 at Khuzdar Police Station City. The report was also registered.
He said that Abdul Hafeez had come to Khuzdar from Islamabad during winter vacation where he was teaching children in an educational institution. On February 8, he was picked up in front of more than 40 students and some teachers.
Fazil Yaqub said that protests were also held in Khuzdar and Islamabad for the recovery of Hafeez Baloch. In Islamabad, his fellow students staged a protest camp for about a month.
Abdul Hafeez Baloch’s brother, Dr. Raza Bajwa, says, “He just wants to say that our whole family is happy when his brother comes on the scene.” This period has been very difficult for our parents and family. We were all in pain. “
It may be recalled that a case was also registered against Iman Zainab Advocate, daughter of Federal Minister Shirin Mazari and Baloch students after a clash between students and police during a protest in Islamabad for the recovery of Hafeez Baloch, which was later withdrawn.
An application was also filed in the Islamabad High Court for the recovery of Hafeez Baloch.
During the hearing on Wednesday, the Chief Justice of the Islamabad High Court Athar Minallah directed the Deputy Attorney General to call on the Baloch students to meet Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Thursday to hear their grievances and submit a report to the court by Friday.
On complaints of profiling and harassment by Baloch students, Chief Justice Athar Minallah remarked that “if anyone harassed Baloch students, the federal interior minister would be directly responsible.”