My brother has no connection with any organization: Sister Inyatullah Bangulzai
By Farooq Baloch
On November 17, 2014, at Quetta Press Club, the sister of Inayatullah Bangulzai, addressing to a press conference said that her brother was arrested by security forces, and since then he is missing. At that occasion the Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (VBMP) chairman Nasurullah Baloch was also present.
The missing Inayatullah Bangulzai is son of Rehmatullah Bangulzai, a government servant and a resident of Killi Abdul Hakeem Bangulzai, Isplinje district Mastung. Informed by Inayatullah’s sister via a press conference.
She further spoke to journalists, “On May 23, 2014 her brother was on the way from Ispelinje to Quetta by a passenger van for the purpose of medical treatment plus the renewal of his national identity card, the forced engaged in a launched search operation in the area stopped the van and got unloaded Inayatullah Bangulzai, and took him with them.
Later on, his family members were informed by town-mats about Mr Bangulzai’s arrest by security forces during the operation. The arrest incident was conveyed to his family by fellow traveling passengers in the same vehicle. Mr Abdul Fateh S/o Rasool Bukhsh and Bsham Khan were also taken-away by security forces on same day and in same launched operation from different locations of the mentioned area. The sister of missing Inayatullah informed speaking to conference.
She added, “In the subsequent days to the incident, Mr Basham was released and he narrated that he was kept with Mr Inayatullah and Abdul Feteh in same cell.”
“In the newspapers of 24th May, 2014, a statement on behalf of FC appeared that they have arrested three suspects names are; Inayutullah Bangulzai, Abdul Fateh and Basham Khan from Isplinji district Mastung for interrogation.” Informed Bangulzai’s sister.
She further said that his brother does not have any connection or affiliation with political, religious and militant organization, and he is a government servant and would regularly visit to Quetta for his medical treatment and other routine life affair’s disposal.
“My brother should be produced before the court of the law if he has committed any guilt.” She appealed to authorities.
At the end of conference, she pleaded to the Chief Justice of Pakistan, the Chief Minister Balochistan Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch and International Human Rights Organizations for intervention into matter and performance of their due role for the safe recovery of his brother Inayatullah Bangulzai.