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Current Balochistan: Conflict updates from ground

9/6/2018:-
TUMP:-

▶Yesterday in Malant a area of Tump, Pakistani army rushed in a home, where army abducted khan Mohammad S/o Jan Mohammad, According to civilians Khan Mohammed was guest here, and now civilian are protesting in front of military camp  for his safe release.

09/6/2018
KECH:-

▶From Kalatuk pakistani Army abducted 2 Baloch Civlians, still they have not been Identified.

09/6/2018
TUMP:-

Today at early moring in Cheri Bazar , Gomazi Pakistani military forces conducted a military operation, violent military personals tortured women & Children & looted houses, no news of Abduction Reported yet.

09/6/2018
TUMP:-

▶Today at early morning in Malant a area of Tump, Pakistani military forces conducted a military operation, violent military personals tortured women & Children, looted houses & abducted numbers of Baloch Civilians.

8/6/2018:-
AWARAN:-

▶On 29th of April 2018, Ibrar S/O Uzoor Baksh R/O Durrasky was forcefully abducted by Pakistani army, on 8th of June he was released has recovered to home, His father Uzoor Baksh S/O Hammal is still in custody of Pakistan.

8/6/2018:-
AWARAN:-

▶In a recent update, In Perandar Zelagg a area of district Awaran Pakistani army operated the houses of civilians and looted the livestocks and housing materials, Due to lackage of network we couldn't receive the proper news, we are trying our best to get further updates.

8/6/2018:-
PANJGUR:-

▶Day before yesterday in Chakkul a area of district Panjgur occupying army of Pakistan searched a home and looted the goods of house and abducted Mohd Haneef S/o Qaisar Sanjarni.

08/6/2018
KECH:-

▶From Tajiban Sing'Abad unknown armed men Arrested Qadir S/o Wali Dad R/o Sing’Abad.

8/6/2018:-
MAND:-

▶Yesterday From Rekh bazar Pakistani army abducted 3 civilians  Wahid s/O Nuzrat, Wajo Hussain S/O Jummah,  and Qayyum S/O Saeed mohd from their homes,,  and today on 8the june they are released and they are back to home, beside this brother of Wajo Hussain, Haleem is still missing.

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