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Teenage Baloch student abducted during Pakistan Navy chief’s visit to Jiwani

Balochistan:

QUETTA: Pakistani security forces have abducted a minor Baloch student from Balochistan’s coastal town of Pasni on Monday night.

According to details Pakistani forces have attacked the house of Abdul Rasool Baloch in Ward No.6 in Pasni Balochistan and tortured his family members including women and children.

Mr. Baloch’s house was attacked following the visit of Pakistan’s Navy Chief Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah to Pasni, Jiwani, Ormara and Gwadar, and spend a day with troops.

Pakistani forces have carried out several attacks on house of Abdul Rasool Baloch in past one month but on Monday night (26/06/17) they abducted his teenage son, Azaan Baloch.

Apart from abducting the teenage boy, Pakistani forces also terrorised female family members of Abdul Rasool and broke doors and windows of his houses.
The Pakistani forces accelerated their offensive in Jiwani, Pasni and surrdounging areas after an attack and killing of eight Navy officials in Jiwani on 19 June 2017.
The pro-freedom resistance organisation, Baloch Liberation Army (BLA), had accepted the responsibility for killing of Pakistani navy soldiers.
Local sources told Balochwarna News that after the attack Pakistani forces have closed down several China-Pakistani projects in Balochistan’s coastal areas due to security reasons.
China had also snapped Pakistan for not providing enough security to its workers in Balochistan.

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