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Pakistan army offensives continue in Makuran, two youth abducted


about 17 hours ago

QUETTA: Pakistani security forces have expended the scoop of their offensives in different areas of Makuran region of Balochistan.

According to details, a convoy of Pakistani forces has besieged Koh Mazanband an area between Mand and Dasht area of Turbat and started search operations.

Local sources have reported that fresh contingents of Pakistani forces arrived in Koh Mazanband and surrounded the area from two sides. People from nearby areas reported hearing explosions and gunshots.

Pakistani forces have sealed exit and entry points of many adjoining areas leaving people stranded in the middle of a war like situation.

Separately, on Monday morning Pakistani forces also conducted offensives in many localities of Parome area of Panjgur Balochistan including Imam Bazar, Shoncho Kahn, Kadan Bazar, Bandken Bazar, Moheem Bazar and Shah Murad Bazar.

Forces have harassed women and children and looted valuable of the inhabitant. Also, the Pakistani security forces have gathered the entire population of the above-mentioned localities and check their National Identity Cards.

Meanwhile, Pakistan forces abducted two Baloch youth from Turbat Balochistan. The victims have been named as Sajid son of Dost Mohammad and Jameel son of Barkat Baloch


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