Balochistan: Endless state attacks continue against Baloch populations in different areas

Monday, February 6th, 2017 12:17 am

VBMP Protest in Islamabad

QUETTA:  Pakistani security forces continue their rampage in Balochistan since the beginning of the new year killing and injuring hundreds in different areas.

Sources reported that on Saturday, Pakistani forces carried out attacks in Raes Tokh Sui area of Dera Bugti Balochistan.

At least three innocent men were killed during this unwarranted attack, ten people including women and children were abducted and transferred to a nearby military camp.

The central spokesperson of BRP, Sher Mohammad Bugti, said among the deceased victims one was deliberately hit by a military vehicle and crushed whereas the other two were apprehended and killed in cold-blood.

The deceased men have been named Saleh Mohammad son of Khetran Bugti, and Haji son of Khetran Bugti however, the identity of the third man could not be ascertained immediately.

Local sources reported that Pakistani forces have killed at least 13 people and abducted 50 in consecutive attacks in past one week.

Moreover, five people were abducted from Aasiabad and Nizar Abad areas of Tump Balochistan during a house-to-house search on Friday 4th February.

The abducted men have been named as Shay Mureed, Saddam, Naveed, Zafar, and Doda Baloch.

In another incident, the Pakistani forces and their local collaborators sealed off exit and entrances to Kolwah Balochistan and started harassing the habitats.

Separately, Pakistan FC and intelligence agencies attacked a market in Tump Balochistan on 1st February and abducted 11 (eleven) innocent people mostly local shop owners.

According to International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons some of the abducted men have been named as Shakeel resident of Dazin, Nameem Naz resident of Tump, Arman Son of Abraim resident of Dazin, Sohail resident of Tump, Jalil Quraish resident of Tump.

Pakistan has stepped up military attacks and abductions of innocent Baloch including women and children from different areas of Balochistan including Kohlu, Dera Bugti, Gwadar, Turbat, Awaran and Quetta.

Pro-freedom Baloch activists say Pakistan is unsuccessfully trying to assure China and the rest the world that the situation in Balochistan is feasible for foreign investment but the reality is far from it.

Baloch armed groups fighting for the independence of Balochistan continuously carry out attacks against Pakistani forces and installations run by foreign investors.

They [pro freedom Baloch organisation] are adamant to resist any attempt by Pakistan or foreign countries to exploit Balochistan’s natural resources against the will of the Baloch nation.

The pro-freedom Baloch leadership and parties say foreign investors should refrain from investing in Balochistan until the issue is resolved and Baloch become the owner of their land.



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