It was 2020 when Pakistani law enforcement Authorities disclosed horrifying news about organ transplantation from Pakistan to China.
Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) of Pakistan on September 2020 Reported that a Pakistani-based gang was arrested from Pakistan’s larger Province Punjab for organ transplantation from Pakistan to China.
In September 2020, Sardar Mavarhan Khan, FIA, Punjab Zone-I Deputy Director, told local media in Pakistan, “During preliminary investigation, it had transpired that the agents had contacts in China where they managed to get the organ transplant conducted by Chinese doctors.”
According to FIA Punjab official Khan, “This is the first time such gang has been unearthed involved in illegal human organ transplant in China.”
“An organ Transplantation agent pays around Rs400,000 (US$2500 ) to a local Pakistani donor and arranges his travel to the country. A recipient usually reaches China on his own, and during the investigation, it has been revealed that this gang has transported around 30 people to China for the organ Transplantation purpose.” FIA official added.
United Nations Experts Concerned Over China About Organ Transplantation
This year, June 2021, the High Commissioner of the United Nations Human Rights office disclosed that UN experts were highly alarmed by alleged ‘organ harvesting’ targeting minorities, including Falun Gong practitioners, Uyghurs Tibetans, Muslims, and Christians, in detention in China.
According to United Nations June 2021 experts Reports, “The experts said they had received credible information that detainees from ethnic, linguistic or religious minorities may be forcibly subjected to blood tests and organ examinations such as ultrasound and x-rays, without their informed consent; while other prisoners are not required to undergo such examinations. The results of the examinations are reportedly registered in a database of living organ sources that facilitates organ allocation.”
“Forced organ harvesting in China appears to be targeting specific ethnic, linguistic or religious minorities held in detention, often without being explained the reasons for arrest or given arrest warrants, at different locations.”
“We are deeply concerned about reports of discriminatory treatment of the prisoners or detainees based on their ethnicity and religion or belief,” UN experts said.
United Nations Experts added that “According to the allegations received, the most common organs removed from the prisoners are reportedly hearts, kidneys, livers, corneas and, less commonly, parts of livers.”
Reports added that “The experts call on China to respond to the allegations of ‘organ harvesting’ promptly and to allow independent monitoring by international human rights mechanisms.”
“The Special Procedures mandate-holders have been in contact with China to strengthen dialogue. They would like to continue this constructive engagement with the Government of China.”
Pakistan Human Rights Activists Claimed Over Organ Transplantation
On the other hand, In Pakistan, human rights defenders also widely claimed that Pakistan’s deep state is also involved in organ Transplantation to Chinese Authorities.
According to Baloch, Sindhi, Pashtun humans rights activists, most missing activists have been killed, and their organs might be sold to the Chinese.
Human rights defenders of Pakistan claimed that the practical, valuable Body parts of the disappeared person were taken out and then dumped in different mass graves in Pakistan.
Human rights defenders in Pakistan complain that many mass graves are found in the far-flung areas in Balochistan.
In Pakistan Province Balochistan, from time to time, different mass graves disappeared, and the international community also showed deep concern about the issue.
The recently last year 2020, United Kingdom (UK) Government showed deep concern over mass graves in Balochistan.
March 2020, Nigel Adam, Minister of State Affairs at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and the Department for International Development, said that the UK government is aware of mass graves in Balochistan, Pakistan.
“We are aware of reports of mass graves in Khuzdar, Turbat, and Dera Bugti in Balochistan. These would be of deep concern to the British government.” Minister said.
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