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Two brothers of HR body chief among three found shot dead

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GWADAR: Three bullet-riddled bodies were found in the hilly area of Gomazi and Zamran of Kech district on Saturday.

Levies rushed to the area after receiving information about the dumped bodies and shifted them to the district hospital Turbat.

They were identified as Baloch Khan, B.Bakar and Mughir Baloch. Two of them are brothers. After identification, the bodies were handed over to families.

According to reports, bullet marks were found on different parts of the victims’ bodies. Two of them — Baloch Khan and B.Bakar — are brothers of the chairperson of Baloch Human Rights Organi­sation, Gul Bibi.

Levies officials said that all the three persons belonged to a banned militant outfit.

Published in Dawn, December 18th, 2016

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