The issue was brought in Senate for discussion, “a nationalist senator from Balochistan, Mir Israrullah Zehri, stunned the Senate by defending the burial alive of five women in Balochistan terming it an act within Baloch tribal traditions and advised the House not to exaggerate the issue”.
The only fault of those innocent women that they had married as per their choice, which is allowed in any civilized society or any religion.
I am also a Baloch but would not link the Baloch traditions to such kind of horrible act against humanity. No Baloch “or human” can dare to even think of taking such action.
Apart from medieval tribal tradition, I hope sanity would prevail and STATE OF PAKISTAN “if functional” would come ahead to take action against the so called moral police of tribal land”.
It is against the Fundamental Rights “ensured or protected in Chapter 1, from article 8 to 28” of the supreme law of Pakistan i.e., the constitution.
It is also the responsibility of the Supreme Court of Pakistan to take suo moto action as per article 284 of the constitution.
As a responsible citizen, it is our collective responsibility to speak up against the grave human rights violation. We all can make a difference with small efforts.
I am sure, the remains of great historical baloch figures “Mir. Chackar & Mir Balach” would also be in shock and awe.