Karima Baloch’s body, a Pakistani human rights activist, has been found in Toronto Canada, where she had been staying for five years in exile.
The body of a Pakistani human rights activist Karima Baloch has been found in Toronto Canada, where she had been residing for five years in exile.
Toronto police has filed an appeal after she has gone missing on Sunday and has later confirmed that her body had been found.
According to the police, they said that there were no “suspicious circumstances.”
Baloch has went into exile in 2015 after terrorism charges were filed against her.
After moving to Toronto she has married a fellow activist, Hamal Baloch.
She has then remained active in exile both on social media and in human rights activities in Europe and Canada.
The Balochistan National Movement (BNM) has announced a 40-day mourning period after hearing the tragic death of Baloch.
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