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Balochistan: Three Baloch civilians killed in Turbat, Pasni and Gresha
Tuesday, April 25th, 2017 02:56 pm3 Reads
QUETTA: At least three unarmed Baloch civilians have been killed and one abducted during Pakistani forces attacks in different areas of Balochistan on Monday.
Turbat: According to details the Pakistani forces shot dead a Baloch man in Dokop check post in Mand region of district Kech Balochistan on Monday.
The victim has been named as Dilawar son of Shahbaz Baloch a resident of Raes Abad area of Tump Balochistan.
Khuzdar: Separately, the state-sponsored death squad killed another Baloch in Gersha Lop region of Khuzdar Balochistan. The victim was identified as Abdullah son of Noor Bakhsh.
Gwadar: Meanwhile yet in another offensive, the Pakistani forces attacked the house of a Baloch shopkeeper in Kulanch area of Pasni in Balochistan district Gwadar.
As result of the attack, the shopkeeper named Bahot Baloch died instantly while Pakistani forces also abducted his son Majeed Baloch.
It is pertinent to mention that Baloch fighters have recently stepped up their attacks against Pakistani forces in district Turbat, Gwadar and surrounds regions.
On April 23, at least four Pakistani paramilitary soldiers were killed and two wounded in a roadside blast in Gwag area of Mand Balochistan.
The Baloch Liberation Front (BLF) later accepted responsibility for the attack.
On Monday, a Pakistani security personnel was killed and another wounded when unknown armed men attacked them in Kulanch area of district Gwadar Balochistan.
The Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) accepted responsibility for the attack and said that at least three Pakistani soldiers were killed and several others were wounded.
a local journalist told Balochwarna News that eye-witnesses said the Baloch fighters also took the weapons of the killed Pakistani soldiers.