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Pak security forces abduct Baloch leader Dr Allah Nazar's sister

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ANI | Updated: Dec 06, 2017 21:24IST

Balochistan [Pakistan], Dec 6 (ANI): Pakistansecurity forces allegedly abducted the sister of Baloch leaderDr Allah Nazar in Quetta, on Wednesday.

According to the local sources, Dr Nazar's sister Noor Khatoon was arrested and taken away with her cousin Sahib Dad, along with other family members by Pakistani forces during a military operation in Mashkay, Balochistan.

Dr Nazar took to Twitter and informed: "Pakistan Army has killed a woman, a child and 8 innocent Baloch civilians in Gajjali, Mashkay. While 60 other women are in Army custody. Our appeal to world powers is to take action against terrorist state Pakistan."

The local sources said Dr Nazar's cousin Kher Bux was killed and dumped, while many other relatives and family members of the Baloch leader, including women and children were also abducted and killed in the military operation.

Meawhile, President of Baloch Republican Party Brahumdagh Bugti has strongly condemned the incident.

"Strongly condemn the abduction of Baloch women and children, including sister of Dr. Allah Nazar, by Pakistani forces in Mashkay. Forces continue to abduct women & children with impunity as the media & HR groups have become silent spectators," he tweeted.

The military operation that started on December 1 in the region has been further intensified. At least eight dead bodies were also brought to a local hospital by Pakistani forces today as the military opertion against the civilians in Balochistanwas still underway. (ANI)

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