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Balochistan: Eight civilians including a teenager abducted by military

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 by hakkpaan ,  June 29, 2017

According to reports, on 25 June 2017, around 12 AM Pakistan time, security forces stormed into Abdul Rasool’s house in Ward No 6, Pasni district Gwadar, Balochistan.

Azan Abdul Rasool

During the assault, in the absence of Abdul Rasool, security forces abducted his 14 years old son Azan, while the women and children were severely beaten up and injured.

Separately, Pakistani security forces abducted six people from Jiwani Bazar district Gwadar, Balochistan.

Four of the abductees have been identified as Halim Baloch, Rasheed resident of Siyahji, Dasht district Kech, Balochistan, Baigul resident of Shayabad and Mulla Dil Shad resident of district Khuzdar, Balochistan.

On the same day, from Awaran main Bazar, security forces abducted Sattar Fatah Mohammad resident of Bazdad, Gandakor district Awaran, Balochistan

The abductees have been shifted to unknown location and their whereabouts are still unknown to their families

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