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Balochistan: Pakistani forces abducted five Baloch civilians
Saturday, January 28th, 2017 01:31 pm
QUETTA: At least five Baloch including a bookshop owner and two teachers have been abducted from different areas of Balochistan on Friday.
Balochistan local sources reported that Pakistan forces attacked an English language center in Aabsar area of Turbat and abducted two teachers.
The victims are said to be brothers and have been named as Amjad son of Basham and Barkat son of Basham residents of Kohwaahi bazar.
Meanwhile in another but similar attack Pakistani forces abducted Mulla Assa, a 60-year-old man from Mand town of Balochistan.
Sources reported that three relatives of Mr. Assa have already been abducted by Pakistan forces and they are still missing.
Separately, Pakistan para-military attack a bookstall in Mastung Balochistan and abducted two men including the bookshop owner.
Pakistani forces also confiscated several books during Friday evening’s attack in Mastung.
Previously, Pakistani forces have attacked libraries and universities in Balochistan and seized books written by world and Baloch leaders and historians.