Stop Killings In Balochistan, Sindh: Congressman Sherman
WASHINGTON, DC (ANI) – US Congressman Brad Sherman on January 27 expressed his concern over the ongoing issue of enforced disappearances of people in the Balochistan and Sindh regions of Pakistan.
In an event organized by the Congressman on Capitol Hill, he underscored the US position on these concerns clarifying that although the US does not interfere in Pakistan’s internal matters, it remains steadfast in its commitment to addressing human rights violations occurring in Pakistan.
Sherman shared insights from his discussions with Sufi Laghari and Fatima of the Sindh Foundation, commending their efforts to combat enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings.
The Congressman underscored the urgency for Pakistan to address these human rights violations: “Pakistan must put an end to enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings in Balochistan and Sindh,” he asserted.
The event also featured heartfelt testimonies from members of the Baloch and Sindhi communities, who shared personal experiences of enforced disappearances, adding a deeply human perspective to the discussions.