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Current Balochistan: Conflict Update from ground

06/6/2018
DASHT:-

▶Before one year occupying States army abducted Mujeeb S/O Shambe From jatt bazar area of Dasht, Kech, On 6 June 2018 he was released and he is back to his home.

06/6/2018
QUETTA:-

▶Unidentified armed men opened fire on police vehicle,due to which police personnel were seriously injured in Arbab kram  khan road ,Quetta. They were shifted to a nearby hospital for medical.

06/6/2018
AWARAN:-

▶On 4 June Pakistani army abducted several womens and children from district Awaran ,  Some of them were released and were warn to build their houses near military camp,  And many of them were brutally beaten,  As we received a news said that women  namely  Bibi Jumaiti was quested and her mobile was looked up, after that Bebi Jumaiti was seriously beaten by army,  Bebi Jumaiti is sister of martyr Nazeer jan,  Nazeer was martyrd in 2015 in a battle with Pakistani army.

Source: Baloch Social Media groups

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