“In Ramadan, Riyasat-e-Madina achieved paradise (Jannat) by sexual assault of a little Baloch kid.”
Murad Ameer, a 10-year-old boy from Hoshab’s Grade Bazaar became the victim of monsters. He was going to jungle with his younger brother on April 21, 2021. The Pakistani Frontier Corps (FC) stopped them [Murad and his elder brother] on a check-post and told the elder brother to bring things from the market for them [FC] and then they would let his little brother go with him, but he declined.
FC humiliated him, and when he returned to the village and informed them of the situation, everyone rushed through the Frontier’s camp, where they discovered Murad Ameer, who was lying naked on the ground and weeping. The little Murad passed out when he saw the crowd. A poor child was raped by the corps.
Even after Murad Ameer was shifted to the hospital, the villagers responded angrily to the shameful act and blocked the main CPEC road.
FC, on the other hand, kept Murad’s elder brother in charge of them and forced their family to keep silent over the issue by offering them money; or else it would be worse for them, they warned.
Hospital report was negative, indicating that nothing had happened to the boy. So, for what did the villagers raise their voices, block the main route, and resist? Just for the sake of amusement! Or why was the little innocent boy crying while lying naked on the ground? Is it all for show?
It is clear that the doctor remains quiet as a result of the “rapist” military’s awful fear. However, to note that in 2005, Dr Shazia was raped by an army officer in Sui [Dera Bugti], and that there was a Nawab Akbar Khan Bugti who resisted and fought against such an heinous act, embracing martyrdom but refusing to compromise with his Balochi code of conduct.
Today, the state, known as Riyasat-e-Madina, has repeated her history. The question now is, whether those who consider themselves patriotic, such as parliamentarians, will repeat Nawab Sahib as well in the given circumstance? We must raise our voices in unison, which is our greatest power, or else we will face the same consequences confronted by the Bangalis in past.