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Pakistani forces abduct five Baloch youth from Buleda and Karachi
Thursday, November 16th, 2017 10:37 am
QUETTA: The Pakistani security forces have abducted five Baloch youth including a leader of Baloch Student Organisation Azad from Karachi on Wednesday evening.
According to details, the Pakistan Rangers and intelligence agencies have abducted five Baloch students including Sanuallah son of Ismael Baloch, the Secretary-General of Baloch Students Organization-Azad, from a house in Karachi Wednesday evening. The other students have been named central committee members of BSO-Azad Hassam Baloch and Naseer Ahmad Baloch while the fourth man is said to be a member of Baloch National Movement (BNM) Rafique Baloch.
A source close to BSO-Azad told BalochWarna News that the Baloch students were looking after a sick friend who was in Karachi for treatment. The Rangers and intelligence agencies raided their flat late Wednesday evening and abducted all four students including the patient.
The BSO-Azad initially tweeted that Pakistani forces have abducted their Secretary General from Karachi but in a later tweet, they confirmed that two of their central committee members and disabled activist of Baloch National Movement (BNM) were also abducted along with Sanaullah Baloch.
A day earlier in a similar raid, the Pakistan FC and other security forces abducted Rahim Jan son of Abdulla from Singaani Sar region of district Kech Balochistan on Tuesday.
Rahim Jan is a resident of Mehnaz area of Buleda where Pakistan forces have been conducting military attacks and operation from past two weeks.
Previously, Pakistan forces have abducted and killed several other leaders of the BSO-Azad. Some of the top leaders of the organisation including senior vice Chairman Zakir Majeed Baloch, former Chairman Zahid Kurd Baloch and another senior leader Bashir Baloch are still being illegally held by Pakistan at their secret detention centres.
It is pertinent to mention that Pakistan security forces have been engaged in arbitrary arrests and summary executions thousands of Baloch including students, teachers, lawyers, poets and other people from all walks of life since past ten years.