Norwegians investigating the disappearances of Baloch people in Pakistan were severely abused.

Ehsan Arjemandi was arbitrarily detained and brutally tortured . He was tortured for more than 5 months after revealing the horrific treatment he was given .

Islamabad (Pakistan), May 17: When I arrived in Balochistan on July 31, 2009, Pakistan had placed travel restrictions on me, according to Global Media, and Human Rights Activist Ehsan Arjemandi, who went to Pakistan to look at a number of enforced disappearances of Baloch people was arbitrarily detained and brutally tortured.He said he boarded a bus in Mand to Karachi on August 6, and that Pakistani security forces arrested him early morning between Balochistan and Sindh on August 7.He later learned that they were ISI agents.Arjemandi said I was tortured for more than 5 months after revealing the horrific treatment he was given.

According to the media portal, I was kept in a sheltered place all the time.According to a shocking revelation, they held me for 12 years.I was never charged with anything.I was never brought to a tribunal.

He said that after being released, he could not leave Pakistan because he had overstayed his visa.Thousands of Baloch people are now victims of enforced disappearances by Pakistani forces in Balochistan, including women and children.Baloch people are in a situation where even educated women are resorting to a different form of protest, such as suicide bombings, as a result of Pakistan security forces' killing, forced disappearance, and torture.