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Balochistan: Pakistani forces atrocities continue unabated in different areas
Saturday, January 13th, 2018 10:48 pm GMT +00:00
QUETTA: In the latest wave of offensives Pakistani forces have abducted several people from Kech district, Dera Bugti and carried offensives in Bolan Balochistan in past twenty-four hours.
Sources reported that Pakistani forces have abducted two brothers from Sui Dera Bugti’s Uch area on Saturday.
Pakistani forces have beaten up and harassed women and children during their offensive and abducted two brothers namely Jummu son of Azlhan Bugti and Pahlu son of Azlhan Bugti.
Both men have been taken to an undisclosed location. Their whereabouts and fate remained unknown until the filing of this report.
According to RNN news, the men have no affiliation with any armed or political party and they are innocent farmers.
Separately, there have been reports of military operations in different areas of Sibbi and Bolan including Mashkaf, Jaladi and other areas.
However, due to blockage of communication networks and affected areas being under siege, no further information has been reported so far.
In another incident, the dead body of a man was discovered in Moosa Colony of Fakeerabad area in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan on Saturday.
The dead body has been shifted to Civil Hospital Quetta for identification.
On Friday, Pakistan forces carried out raids in Zamuran area of district Kech Balochistan and abducted at least seventeen people.
Four of the abducted people have been identified as Doctor Waheed son of Mubarak, Zahid son of Haji Sher Jan, Altaf son of Haji Sher Jan and Master Noor Jan son of Lal Bakhsh.
Among the seventeen abducted ten are residents of Zamuran whereas the other seven are reportedly residents of Panjgur Balochistan.
Pakistani forces also abducted at least three people from Goburd area of Mand Balochistan whose identity could not be ascertained until the filing of this report.